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· John
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Table saw lead screws and other metal things that move and need to be lubed, but not to pick up sawdust. What do you guys use?
For table saw lead screws and such, I use Slip Plate. A dry, graphite spray lubricant. For more precision lubrication like router plunge pillars, I use the PB Blaster dry Teflon spray.
The graphite has a particularly tenacious affinity for metal and, once applied, almost needs to be sanded off. :smile:

EDIT - Here is a FAQ on the product. I get it from my local NAPA store but it is available at a lot of places that handle farm or heavy equipment parts and supplies.
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