Maintaining a Cast Iron Table Saw Top

With as much use as a table saw gets, the cast iron top can start to show some wear and tear from spilled glue, stains, and even rust spots. Designer, John Doyle, had enough and gave the shop table saw a little TLC. See what he uses to make the saw look like new again and stay that way.

Sources for products seen in this video:
Carbide Scraper:
Sand-Flex Sanding Blocks:
400 Grit Wet/Dry Sandpaper:
Finish Sander:
Paste Wax:

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