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  • workin for wood
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    Bostick is a good product and it's made here in michigan. I think it's the last company we have left in this state, so buy now before they move to mexico.

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  • tcleckler
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    Arbor wax is also a good product, it has a 1200 girt pumas in it. Works good using a buffer wheel and its a one step proses. I use it on my turnungs but it works well on all my metal surfaces.
    Last edited by tcleckler; 03-06-2007, 10:58 AM.

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  • JWH
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    I recently worked in a large wood shop with everything from large Beam saws to Router tables.We used diffrent spray products and all worked well. Right now I am using a product called JIG-ALOO LUBRICANTthat works well for me.I buy it at our local hardware supply store.Only thing we had to watch for was to check and see that it had no silcone in it. I try to wait untill they have a sale and buy 2or 3 cans.

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  • Indiana saw man
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    Saw Table

    tHANK YOU BOTH MINE IS ALUM. SO I WILL TRY THE STEEL WOOL AND WAX . I WAS IN THE VENEER BUINS.FOR YEARS ANS WE ALLWAYS USED PARAFINE ON ALL OF OUR TABLES AND IT DID HELP SLIDE THE VENEER DOWN THE LINE DONT KNOW WHY I DID THINK OF THAT . bUT THANK YOU BOTH AGAIN


    THE SAW MAN

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  • Mick Walker
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    Indiana Saw Man, when my saw was new I used my random orbit sander starting with 220 grit paper, 250, 280 and finished with 320 grit. I then applied a couple coats of Johnson's paste wax. I apply the wax every 2 or 3 months. My table is cast iron, if you have an aluminum table I wouldn't use sand paper on it, maybe some fine steel wool then the wax.

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  • PeteB
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    I asked this question a few months ago and got some very good results with 600 grit emery cloth and mineral spirits followed with a coat of paste wax.

    http://www.scrollsawer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7009

    Pete

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    Wwould be a good thing to finish my table with it has a fe nicks on it and allways get that gray flim over it

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