[quote="dlbuck"](quoted from post at 01:32:01 11/28/12) What do you guys do to tighten loose handels on splitting mauls and axes? I have soaked them in water but that doesn't last very long. I heard about soaking in boiled linseed oil and soaked a splitting maul for about a month. Spilt some wood today and the maul head slides real good with linseed oil. Don't know how to do the funny face stuff. Thanks for any advice.[/quote
I read somewhere that antifreeze would work good because it doesn't evaporate like water. You could give that a try. If that doesn't work, maybe add another wedge in the end of the handle?
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