Posted by JD Seller on November 24, 2012 at 19:52:11 from (126.96.36.199):
I just bought a real nice cast iron top, table saw. It is in like new condition. The fellow I bought it off of told me he would spray the top with "fog" oil to keep it from rusting. He said it as a product that the antique car guys spray their cars with when storing them a long time.
I do not use a table saw that often but I do want it to be rust free when I do want to use it. The owner said he would spray it with this stuff and just would wipe it off with mineral spirits when he wanted to use it.
I have tried the spray penetrating oils (WD-40, PB Blaster, etc) in the past. They either evaporate or make a sticky mess.
So want do you guys use. This will be inside a unheated wood shop. I only heat it when I am working in there. So I really would like to use it on some other wood working tools.
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