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TWP26: Dust collection, Shop heat, Cleaning Sawblades

Episode notes:

  • Thank you to the following Website contributors:
    • Jesse Edmands
  • Thank you to the following Patreon contributors:
    • Robert Pinder
    • Joe Montana
    • Leatherneck Garage
    • Brodie Brickey
    • Matt Parker
    • ddmMADE
    • Woodshop 101
    • Jeff Ferguson
    • John Lamar
    • Darrell John
    • Scott A McWilliams
    • Terry Mulligan
    • David Moffitt
    • Chris Capistran
    • JM Tosses
    • Jameson Elam
    • Cole Bouchard
    • Chris Stokesmore
    • Jason Adamczyk
    • Modern Builds
    • Don Chesser
    • Justin Shields
    • George Thomas
    • Jim Beshears
    • Martin Wegner
    • Clement Brizard
    • John Wilson
    • Steve Mills
    • Darren Pruitt
    • Kyle Veatch
    • Frederick McIntyre
    • Page Bonifaci
    • Terry Burns-Dyson
    • Christopher Michael Copes
    • Saint Nicster
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  • Submitted Questions/comments:
    • Ricky Chisum – Hello, I am currently looking for a dust collection system for my shop. Do you have a preference on a dust collection system? Is the Grizzly 1 HP enough or should I be looking at a 2 HP. Of course I would like to get a cyclone but the price jumps up when you look at those. Thank you for the advice.
    • John Horgan – You talked about cleaning saw blades. The best solution I have found is using a 50/50 mix of laundry detergent and water. Let the blade soak for a few minutes and with a little scrubbing with a soft bristled brush, then rinse and dry and your as good as new.

1 Comment

  1. Dave (KSFWG)

    I say… I say there, TWP… are you listening to me? Gitch ya a bottle of that there citrusy orange cleaner… that orangie environmentally friendly stuff and soak yer blades in that there stuff… then just brush it — I said — just brush it good and rinse ‘er off an’ yer good to go. Yer good to go, I said… 😉 (very bad impersonation of Foghorn Leghorn) lol

    Or if you’re in a hurry and a bit impatient also, just spray it good with oven cleaner, let it sit for a bit, brush it, rinse, and repeat — on the other side of the blade…


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