I have no experience, but followed the breadcrumb trail. Slipit.com is very
coy about what it is, exactly, but most likely it is a combination of beeswax
and carnauba wax; these mixtures were very common when slipit was founded.
I don´t doubt that it works. What is not clear is if it´s better than
Butcher wax or the like. Or microcrystalline wax.
MSDS doesn't tell anything useful. Does mention that it's FDA and
CFIA approved for incidental contact with food.
Here's a review--it's less slippery than wax but doesn't seem to
Amazon reviews here:
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Thanks for the link...that guy has more time (and patience) on his hands
than most... :)
Pretty similar to tests FWW did some years ago on rust inhibitors...not
many of them actually did much at all.
The bed tests through the planer were most helpful -- that's the real
reason it caught my eye when I saw it on the Grizzly site; was looking
for power feeders for shaper as am in process of turning out some long
architectural mouldings that are very difficult to run 12- and 14-ft
stock by hand.
His hand friction test measured static rather than dynamic friction,
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