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Re: Protectant for a table saw top.

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Bob Huntress

11-25-2012 00:59:04
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This is what I figure to be the standard for all your saw surfaces. If you cut metal with it, you should oil the surface. If you have a band saw that you you for cutting aluminum and such, you want to oil the surface. If you cut wood with the saw, and far more often then not, a table saw is going to be used to cut wood, it should be waxed. If he used oil on the table saw, I"ld be worried that he had an abrasion blade in it and was using it for a chop saw. I had an old miter saw that I found thrown away. I had to replace the micro switch, yet, it wasn"t straight enough to cut trim with so I put an abrasion blade in it and used it to cut metal tubes and stuff.

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JD Seller

11-28-2012 00:04:17
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 Re: Protectant for a table saw top. in reply to Bob Huntress, 11-25-2012 00:59:04  
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Bob I was standing in this guys CABINET making business when I bought the saw. He just found a larger Delta table saw. He had 20-25 pieces of wood working equipment all there that look like new. So I am pretty sure that he did not use the saw with an abrasive cutting blade.
There is such a thing as "fogging" oil I found it on several wood working web sites. It mainly is just a natural mineral oil base. So it will not stain wood.

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