Must Needed Steps To Follow For Polishing Table Saw Top
Most of the wood cutting table saws out there come with a great price and nobody wants to get rusting on it. But after serving for a while you can find rust on your table saw table.
Table saw comes on the market with some necessary painting to protect itself from rusting. But still, you have to lube the internal parts of the table saw to keep it running.
However, as the table saw table top need a smooth surface to feed wood to the blade. So, you won’t find any paintings on it.
Thus it gets rust truly so fast.
Well, if you are a victim to receive rust on your table saw table top, you are at the right place. In this article, I will present you the easy and effective way of polishing the table saw top so that you can get rid of the rust.
And that’s not all, as a bonus I will give you some table saw maintenance tips and tricks for preventing rust in the near future.
So, without further ado let’s start.
Things You Need to Polish The Table Saw Top
Preparing The Table Saw
As the table saw is a power tool, you need to follow some safety rules when you are playing with it. Otherwise, it can be dangerous at any time.
Start the operation by unplugging the saw from the electrical socket.
And the most important thing is to remove the sharp saw blade. Table saw blades stay at the middle of the table by uprising its teeth. So, without detaching the saw blade, working with it can call up various fatal injuries.
Most of the modern table saws feature a switch to detach the blade easily. Push the button to remove yours before going on to the next step.
Polishing the table
Polishing the table is important because it will keep it safe from getting rust. In my case, I use a wax polish called Renaissance. It is good for keeping tools and swords rust free.
Just apply some wax on your saw table and rub it using the fresh cloth. And rub it firmly till you cover all the surface of the table.
How to Keep Your Tools Safe From Rusting
Follow the points listed below to keep your tool rust free.
- Don’t ever set the cup of tea or soda can on the table top when you are passing by.
- Clean your toll after every using.
- Cover your tool when you are not using it.
- Don’t use the water-based cleaner to clean the tools.
- Use wax on the tools to keep it rust free.