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Posted on Protecting the cast iron top on my new table saw

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SnowyRiver

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#1 posted 07-13-2012 02:05 PM

I wax the top of the cast iron/steel tables of my equipment with a good paste wax that is silicon free. I do this twice a year and it keeps the surface nice and clean and keeps it slick so the wood slides freely on the table. This works exceptionally well on the planer table. If I do get any rust on the tables (had this happen the other day because I left a piece of treated lumber on the TS and it must have contained some moisture) I use a dry coat and scotch guard pads to remove the surface rust.

-- Wayne - Plymouth MN


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