Blimey, thought it was a typo and you meant 400 grit !phil.p":92mkyy2q said:Yes, it knocks the high spots off the milling marks quite quickly. A quick wipe with any wax polish - as much to get rid of the black before it marks anything as anything else, and away you go.paulm":92mkyy2q said:40 grit Phil ?!!!
Assuming of course that it's a cast iron table.
Wow, really kind offer - thank-you :wink: Would you mind if i gave you an answer in a few days so i can see what the turps/whitespirit is like. Its got me wondering if it is just the thinners that cleans off the resiny stuff from the bed. Usually when i've spritzed the bed............ the first piece of timber afterwards is always a bit ju ju ju ju juddery and grimey. This might explain the crud being transfered from the bed onto the next piece of timber ??promhandicam":21j8ijrd said:ColeyS1 - I've got a some Woodslide which I don't use - I was given it when I bought my planer. You are welcome to it if you want to pay the p+p assuming a courier will handle it.
It isn't.RobinBHM":3r12b6td said:I've always wondered if Wurth woodglide is just white spirit
let us know how you get on!