I have a table saw and a planer with a cast iron table.
I have to store them for 2 month outside ( to enlarge my workshop) . In
the Netherlands it can become pretty wet in autumn. What stuf should I
coat the surface with, that protects the cast iron, and can be easily
There are products in the US that work well and may be available to you.
Top Cote, Boeshield are two that I've used. I'm not sure about
international shipping, but check www.leevalley.com for information. I'm
sure you plan to cover them with waterproof tarps too.
I will check whether they sell Top Cote here as well.
But it is intended for use while operating the tools. Mine could use
something more "solid".
I was wondering whether one can also buy and apply the stuf which is
normally protecting new bits or the type of paper where cast iron
assecoires are wrapped in.
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