Lubricant for french polishing
Lubricant for sanding some finishes that tend to clog sandpaper.
Low-temperature thin oily lubricant for some mechanisms - 3in1 goes a
bit thick in the Winter.
Stopping mosquitoes breeding in the water butt
(seals the air off - stops the larvae beathing).
I use it for lubrication on my Norton oilstone rotating bath, its
cheaper than the oil sold for that purpose, and put it in an old
dishwashing liquid bottle and use it on other stones for sharpening
I use mineral oil to lube my cabinet scrapers before burnishing, as a
lubricant when rubbing out a finish with pumice and rottenstone, and as a
lubricant for my rubber when French polishing. Doesn't take much but it
does the trick. I've had the same bottle for 8 years.
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