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How to remove oxidization from circular saw ?

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I've got a favorite old skilsaw...Black and Decker Super Sawcat, circa 1985. It was left in an open air environment for a couple months and now has the typical whitish gray oxidization.  Some of the parts are complex and don't have smooth surfaces that can easily be sanded or brushed. I want to get this back into good condition. Any advice?

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spray a rag with 100% purple power and wipe it down,then use another rag and wipe it with any car wax or some kind of oily stuff like maybe the lemon stuff for furniture.

purple power will clean the oxy,the wax/oily stuff will shine/protect it.

HH

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5 mins ago, nightfighter said:

Don't you just love old remedies that work? Like mayonnaise to remove water stains on finished tables? Should start that thread John....

I think you just did :) 

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