It's here: http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/index.asp
And it's here:
1045 North Highland Avenue NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
But I still use Simple Green, and then after I'm done I spray with
WD-40 to clean my saw blades and router bits.
2050 works so well, I actually clean my blades and bits. <G>
Spray it on, wipe it off, spray it with Dricote, and put the tool
With all the other stuff I tried, blade and bit cleaning was a
discrete operation that often got skipped.
I wasn't trying to convert anyone, only alert the converted to the
availability of gallons at a serious discount. Now, if I could only
find Topcote and Dricote cheap!
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