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  1. Ma Deuce says:

    I recently bought a new saw and the cast iron top had that sticky
    preserving grease. I tried using GooGone but had no luck removing it. Do
    you have any suggestions? 

  2. MP Woodworking says:

    And finally a 3rd good product is called Bearing Lubricant. is used to
    lubricate bearings, particularly those in high speed areas, like routers,
    jointers etc. The tools even seem to sound better once they have been
    treated! And NO, I do not work or endorse Bostik…LOL Just figured I would
    answer what the WWGOA hasn’t.

  3. Vince Arcuri says:

    What is the difference between TopCoat and T9? Can either be used for this
    purpose?

  4. Kader Mapel says:

    How do you have a saw stop art they like $2500

  5. Greg DiMarzio says:

    go with jojoba oil. you can get it from vitamin shoppe or online. cheap and
    works really well. non-toxic and isnt as messy as the sprays

  6. MP Woodworking says:

    He is using a product called “TopCote 10220 Aerosol Lubricant” by Bostik.
    If you search Google Images for that name, you will agree that it’s what he
    is using. This product comes in an aerosol can and is designed to be used
    on steel bases, like table saw tables, joiner & planer tables, lathe beds,
    band saw tables and so on. The way the product works is you simply spray a
    light coat of it on, wait a few minutes and buff off. Another good product
    is called Dri-Cote…

  7. Arcady Genkin says:

    Couldn’t be sillier – “spray this stuff” – what’s the name of the stuff?

  8. Joe Brock says:

    I use top coat also on my table saw top and my planer bed and jointer top.
    I spray it inside the collet on my router and it keeps the bit from
    sticking after use. Good product. One thing I have noticed about cast iron
    table saw tops. I sand them down with my palm sander before I use top coat.
    the sand paper turns black .Is that carbon from the cast iron?

  9. Tablesawed says:

    Name those lubracants Please

  10. MP Woodworking says:

    The second product is something they call DRICOTE. This product also comes
    in an aerosol can and is meant to spray on circular saw blades. It not only
    cleans the blades, it helps to keep them clean by repelling tree saps, and
    creating fine film between the steel blade and the wood. This product also
    works well especially for greener woods.

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  12. ingulmar smothinvother says:

    It looked like the spray can is “Top Coat”. I use it and it does really
    work good:-)

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