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RogerM

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I ordered one last night. Seemed like good value with an additional 12% off the price quoted. I googled around and it seems to be good stuff to protect CI goods.
 

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Mine arrived last week, and sprayed a layer on yesterday, two hours later it still had not dried.

Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?

What did you think of yours RogerM?


What it looked like before wiping off.

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Hmmm, we use this a lot in the marine world for coating exposed parts and preventing corrosion - which is what its for. As for using it as a machine wax, I don't think its the right product. For a start it will never dry - its not meant to after all, a thin waxy film that excludes water is the purpose. I'm also not sure how it will affect finishes - I suspect badly.

One product I will try on my tablesaw when I return is Collinites insulating wax - the deck boys use it for polishing onto stainless (its not itself a polish but fills the crevices of the metal and leaves a super slick finish) but I'll have to check it doesn't have any silicones in it first.
 

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You might not realise it, but this thread is 8 years old.
its not a very good product for cast iron machines, what do you want to use it for?
 
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