I’ve got my first brand-new Sebenza on the way (I’ve had used in the past, micarta only) and I see that CRK recommends using Renaissance Wax on both the inlays and Damascus blades. Note: I’ve got Thuya on the way. So how do I apply it? Put a coating on it, let it dry, then wipe as much off as possible? Or do I put it on and immediately take it off? Do I leave some behind? I’ve used Frog Lube on various carbon steels in the past to prevent oxidation, but even then I’ve always felt a bit of an oily sheen that I can notice if I drag my finger across it. Should I feel this on the inlays with the ren wax? Should I treat the whole damn knife, titanium and all, with it? Or just the inlays? It’s my understanding that the Damascus blades are stainless. Why does CRK recommend treating the blade steel too? Furthermore, I know that RW can’t be edible. Should I use Frog Lube on the blade steel (in case I use it for food) and RW on the rest? How often should I be treating the inlays/steel?