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by Thomas
on August 30, 2016 at 12:22 PM
Can i uss spray silicon to clean and mantain power tos such as drill or skill saw ect.
Reply by Stephen I Morse
on September 8, 2016 at 3:40 PM
Sorry I didn't reply earlier...  
Yes you can use silicon sprays to protect power tools. You can use almost any light lubricant such as silicon sprays and/or their equivalents (e.g., WD-40, etc.). In the case cited the gardener wanted to use an "organic" spray in the garden. This is fine although there might be some complications if ants and/or other bugs are attracted to the lubricant used.  
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by Michelle Crown
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Excellent post.  
May I ask what">honing oil do you use for knives?
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