Blade / Bit cleaning
#17
  Re: Blade / Bit cleaning by MT Woodworker (Curious to what some...)
heavy solution of Dawn dishwashing detergent placed on a five gallon bucket lid.  bout five minutes or so,
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#18
  Re: Blade / Bit cleaning by MT Woodworker (Curious to what some...)
I first used CMT Blade and Bit and Thought it did ok but slow.  I got a good deal on the Rockler concentrated cleaner.  I am pretty impressed.  It works really well and really fast.
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#19
  Re: Blade / Bit cleaning by MT Woodworker (Curious to what some...)
I use Arm & Hammer Washing Soda. A few table spoons mixed in with hot water, soak the blade for 15 min, and the gunk easily wipes away with a rag.
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#20
  Re: Blade / Bit cleaning by MT Woodworker (Curious to what some...)
I often use Simple Green; sometimes I’ll hit it with Goo-Gone.
Gary

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#21
  Re: Blade / Bit cleaning by MT Woodworker (Curious to what some...)
I am another user of Simple Green. It smells good too.
Oz
S.E. Alabama, formerly from Wisconsin.
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#22
  Re: Blade / Bit cleaning by MT Woodworker (Curious to what some...)
I used Simple Green on my bicycle chain per recommend by a fellow avid cyclist.

Sorry, but it was lousy.

Krud Kutter is THE best thing I've found for cleaning blades.
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