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  • #16
    Originally posted by Lorax:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Sgt Beavis:

    No no no no. He's not a Corporal. He's a MAJOR Butthead.
    I didn't realize my former boss had moved to Texas! [img]tongue.gif[/img] [img]tongue.gif[/img] </font>[/QUOTE]Really?!?! He must have a lot of relatives here. They're all seem to spend their time driving on DFW's roads.

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    • #17
      I had major difficulties finding Johnson's Paste Wax. Eventually I went into my local WW store. They told me it used to be real easy to pick up but not any more and recommended BOESHIELD T-9

      http://woodworker.com/cgi-bin/fullpr...RUST+INHIBITOR

      http://www.boeshield.com/index.htm

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      • #18
        Johnsons paste wax does the best,still had a little rust getting to the table..somewhere someone said to put a large piece of cardboard over the table..tried it and it works great..the cardboard must pull the moisture to it....

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        • #19
          Hi Ade - Wood Mag did a good comparison of rust removers and preventatives. The Boeshield T-9 ranked highest for preventing recurrence. I've used both T-9 and the J's past wax. I haven't seen any new rust form since I applied it in the spring, but I did notice that the T-9 is no where near as smooth as the wax, so I actually added the wax over top of the T-9 with excellent results. My local Lowes sells the paste wax for ~$5.

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