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Hey guys. Just as quick question. I just bought the 0610 jointer, and they say to make sure to wax the table. What is the best wax to buy? From previous talk I know not to buy one with silicon. Thanks in advance
I use the Johnson's paste wax. I purchased a 3 part care kit at the ww show. rust remover, dry lubricant and preservative. Haven't tried it yet, but it's made by a company called...get this...PMS. Anxious to see how reacts to agressive use!
John E. Adams<br /><a href=\"http://www.woodys-workshop.com\" target=\"_blank\">www.woodys-workshop.com</a>
Quote...."TopCote®, available through Lee Valley, is billed as being slipperyer(is that a word) than paste wax."
In the past I have always used Johnson's paste wax. But, since my tools were in damp storage for over a year some rust had formed. I used the Top Coat to clean off the rust and to get them back in useable shape. It is what it claims to be, a great rust remover and yes it is slipperyer
I highly recommend it
<a href=\"http://www.woodshopphotos.com/gallery/Ralphs-workshop\" target=\"_blank\">www.woodshopphotos.com/gallery/Ralphs-workshop</a><br /><br />I can fix anything......where\'s the duct tape ?? :-)