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Large Total Tool Care Kit
Yes, it actually works as described. Amazing!
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Take your time and after your hard work protect the surface with wax. Be careful the first time you use it as wood will move easier toward the blade. Use abrasive scotch brite type material soaked with the cleaner to remove initial rust and dirt and keep removing dirt build up until desired surface is achieved It doesn't have to be perfect just smooth.
This combo worked great to clean up my cast iron table tops. My tools are in a shop that is not climate controlled so I get a lot of rust in the spring. The rust free worked great to clean it up and the boeshield made a nice protective coat overtop. Hopefully the problem isn't nearly as bad next year.
I would buy this product again and again
Afton , tennessee
Since my workshop is in an unheated building I
have a rust problem. This will help get it under control.
east central FL on the beach
took care of a constant rust issue i have with my tools and motorcycles
OK ... not overly impressed
The rust remover and bit cleaner work OK on tools, BUT BEWARE OF USING ON CAST IRON! I realized that I should not have ised the cleaner on a cast iron table saw (brand spanking new at that) as it almost immediately stained the surface. The only way I was able to correct this was with 1000 grit paper and WD40 to even out the surface again. The T-9 leaves a gunky sticky finish, that may reduce corrosion, but is more of a mess than anything. I just wax the surfaces of my tools with a quality wax and have had no issues in over 4 months. The T-9 hasn't left the shelf after it's first use, but I still use the other two products for tool and blade cleaning.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Lake Geneva, WI
The T-9 Rust Protectant works better then other products that I have tried and leaves no residue. I use it on my table saw, hand planes and any thing else metal. My work shop is in my garage and in the winter I only heat it when I am working on a project, this causes a lot of condensation on my table saw and rust forms right away, but with T-9 there is no rust.
The T-9 Rust Free works better then other products I have tried at removing rust and it works fast.
The blade and bit cleaner works well but not any better then other stuff I have used.
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