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shelly_b

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#1 posted 10-24-2012 02:06 PM

I use either dewalt or irwin…$40-$60 price range, so probably not worth sharpening. And I have only cleaned one of them, kind of embarassing lol. I guess didn’t realized cleaning it would make that big of a difference. I have blade and bit cleaner already I use on my router bits. I don’t have any blades without carbide. And alot of the lumber I have been using is treated or construction lumber hear lately, so I feel like that has been pretty hard on them. I need to remember to swap out my nice new blade when I cut stuff like that. I know when I first get a blade I am amazed at how much easier it cuts, then it seems like it’s not long before I start noticing I am pushing pretty hard to get the wood through…hopefully cleaning them will do the job. I will have alot of “new” blades! lol


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