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Cleaning top of table saw

Well the mess in our shop has FINALLY pushed even me over the edge and I cant stand it anymore. So I have started cleaning.... 7hrs into it, and i barely made a dent.

anyways, our table saw has some surface rust and some other contaminents, whats the best way to clean it? I know when its clean its like brand new, but im not sure....
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Naval Jelly
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Naval Jelly????


maybe
fine sand paper????????
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scotch brite pad and oil should work nice, i prefer a silicone based product over wd40 but that should work as well

Also on the metal go with the grain of it to avoid showing scratches
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On a table saw I would use very fine stainless steel or brass wool. Then I would give it a higly polished coat of wax. I would not use any normal surface protection cause you would not want it to contaminate the wood. Maybe it doesn't matter cause you don't do trim or furniture.
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scotch brite pad and oil should work nice, i prefer a silicone based product over wd40 but that should work as well

Also on the metal go with the grain of it to avoid showing scratches
EXACTLY!!
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did you do it yet?
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I want to hear what Naval jelly is... I hope is not that crap that builds in your belly button when you do not shower for a month... LOL
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I want to hear what Naval jelly is... I hope is not that crap that builds in your belly button when you do not shower for a month... LOL
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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...=Google+Search

You should be able to get it, or something really similiar at autozone, o'reilly's etc.
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I want to hear what Naval jelly is... I hope is not that crap that builds in your belly button when you do not shower for a month... LOL
omg....rofl!
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I want to hear what Naval jelly is... I hope is not that crap that builds in your belly button when you do not shower for a month... LOL

Jelly actually does that?!

you need to shower more.
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