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Saw Blade
Keep your saw clean and pristine.
WHAT YOU NEED

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WD-40 Specialist® Rust Remover Soak

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WD-40® Smart Straw®

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Dry Cloth

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Eye Protection

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Gloves

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Face Mask

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Blade Scrapper

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Thin Sandpaper

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Paint Thinner

INSTRUCTIONS
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Ensure you wear a pair of protective gloves when handling rusty tools to avoid cutting yourself with the sharp blades. Safety first, always!
2.
Spread a few pieces of old newspaper to protect the floor or any other surface you plan to work on.
Tip! It can also make the cleaning process smoother as the rust residue will fall onto the newspaper and all you have to do is throw them away.
3.
Use a blade scraper to scrape off the surface rust off your rusty saw blades. Hold your blade scrapper at a low angle and use short strokes that move from one end to another.
4.
Use thin sandpaper and some paint thinners to speed up the process of derusting your saw blades if necessary.
Tip! Don't forget your face mask when dealing with paint thinners!
5.
Apply and spray a generous coat of the WD-40® Smart Straw® onto your saw blade and spread it out evenly with a clean, dry cloth for that pristine look.
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Alternatively, you can soak the rusted parts in a large enough container with some WD-40 Specialist® Rust Remover Soak to dissolve away the rust.
Pro Tips!
Always remember to give your saw a good clean after every use!
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