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Posted on Did not care for the Boeshield, so what wax would you recommend.

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Kindlingmaker

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#1 posted 04-08-2012 01:45 PM

I use Johnson’s Floor Paste Wax and has protected my iron surfaces very well. I too live in a rather dry area of the western US and use the wax on my jointer, tablesaw, bands saws, planner, drill presses router table and most bench tops. With Johnson’s Wax my sleds and jigs glide accross the tables and beds with finger tip ease; the wax also protects well. The cost is less than $4.00.

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