I have just brought a Ridgid WTS2000L 10 inch brick/tile saw.
It has dried on hard tile dust probably a 1/16 thick.
How do you get this stuff off, I have treid soaking in water and pressure washing off, nothing seems to shift it.
Is there anyway to remove this crud without damaging the saw.
On 2/20/2019 11:13 AM, "\"Retired"@home.com wrote:
White vinegar or muriatic acid - that's the stuff they use to wash
mortar residue from brick and block work .Vinegar is safer but takes
longer . That ehow link is pretty much useless for anything but fresh
residue that hasn't cured yet .
On Wed, 20 Feb 2019 18:35:17 GMT, email@example.com (Scott Lurndal)
The one I borrowed from one friend for the use of another friend
last month had so much build-up in the tray it was ridiculous. The
friend who borrowed it didn't feel right about returning a dirty tool,
so he cleaned it out and found the wrenches for changing the blade
burried under all the crud. It went back to the owner looking like
new - - -
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