Picked up a Harris Tools 30 oz mallet the other day, and it is covered
a thick coat of wax, almost like a candle wax. Wood is NOT lingum
vitea (sp) and
is tauted as being check-resistant. I know the wax is there to reduce
but should some of it be removed? Running a thumbnail across it lifts
flakes off. I'm
wondering if this would flake off and get on the wood and bench,
interfering with a
On 11 Aug 2006 19:53:47 -0700, brian_j firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
My guess is that it's to protect it until use, like grease on a gun...
I'd get rid of the wax before I used it, for sure..
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