Woodworker and Contractor
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: McClellanville SC
Never had a probmel with it on the saw or the planer but I would only spary them every now and then and wipe them dry if they got dripping with it. I would assume it could cause problems. The table saw was always rough cutting and the planer the wet residue goes away quickly, first 12" of the first pass, leaving a slick coating on the the blades and the little cove area that gets the sap build up.
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