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#1 posted 12-25-2012 12:11 AM

I find Dry Lube (there are different brands) works well on planer and jointer beds. Don’t get it on your feed rolls. If pitch or sap in the wood is gunking up the table, you might need to clean it off pretty often. By the way, if you get pitch on your hands, vegetable oil from the kitchen is a great way to get it off. Don’t think cholesterol is absorbed by the skin.

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