Yesterday, I posted a blog on a failure
Today I thought I post a blog on a success.
I’ve used this product before on cleaning saw blades.
Yesterday I was walking around a Black & Decker outlet store in Delaware and I ran across these brass brushes 3 for $1.00 so I picked up three. When I got to the checkout the guy asked if I would want another 6 for another $1.00 so I bought those. I thought I’d use them for cleaning out my files and then later I thought about cleaning saw blades for rosin and other gunk.
So today I went to the toy workshop and sprayed the saw blade on the table saw and used the brass brush to really clean it up. Then I went to the 6X48 belt sander.
I don’t use pine in my shop but we do at the toy workshop where we get cutoffs from trusses and other pine scrap. The sanding belts are usually covered with all kinds of gunk and burn spots. So I hit it with this green cleaner and the brass brush and it came clean as new.
So I came home to report my findings to you.
After brushing but no cleaner.
A sanding belt.
It works give it a try.
This is a product like Simple Green but a cheaper brand at the grocery store.
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