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i do alot of re-sawing 8-12 inch boards and i have found this lube Slick Stix to be wonderful Merlube Metal Cutting Lubricants - Lube, Saw, Oil, Coolant - Aluminum Sawing Experts
i use if all the time causes the blade to last longer and and glide thru a cut
if u contact them i think they still send out samples if they dont i really recommend it. Also a (TIP ) i put a coat on the blade if im changing size so it dont rust on the shelf wait to be used again. You dont need to use alot but i put a coat on each time im making a big cut, a stick will last a long time i think its under 4.00
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Thanks, Is there any problem with paint, or stain after using it?

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i usually plane the wood down afterward but on the items i have cut for a local craft store paints and stains them has never complained.....send for a free sample and check what your results are. ive been using the lube for a few years now and i really like it
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