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    Hey all you power carvers, what do you use to clean the burned on wood from your carving bits? Some one told me to use oven cleaner, but it didn't do a very good job. ???

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    Re: Power Carving burr cleaner

    I use a propane torch and a wire brush.

    Dale

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    • #3
      Re: Power Carving burr cleaner

      Wood Carvers Supply,Inc has aroduct called Pitch RX for cleaning burrs. Says it easily removes pitch,gum and resin from
      Carbide and steel burrs and worls well on diamond ruby and sapphire stones. Actually, a host of tools it works on.

      Wood Carvers Supply,Inc
      PO Box 7500,Englewood Fl, 34295-7500
      1-800-284-6229
      Safety first, then enjoy carving! Ken Caney, Ks

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        Re: Power Carving burr cleaner

        I soak them in denatured alcohol for 20-30 minutes and then use a small brass brush. Works pretty good.

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        • #5
          Re: Power Carving burr cleaner

          I spray oven cleaner in the cap and soak them there. Then brush it off. Got that tip from Yahoo Powercarving club a while back.
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