I was getting the shipping gunk off of my OSS (had it two years and never used it) using some Naphtha and a rag.
It was going well, and I remembered hearing that Naphtha was good at cleaning planer rollers, so I figured it should be good for any of those foam grippy things we have around the shop. So a quick wipe of my jointer push blocks and my Grripper and they are all like new again. It was amazing how much extra grip was lost from a thin coating of dust.
So I’m leaving the Naphtha with the shop cleaning supplies instead of the finish thinners.
Just thought I’d share.
-- Amateur woodworker, professional mess-maker.