I recently bought a few basic saws for woodworking.
However i noticed the Spear & Jackson crosscut panel saw has a layer what looks like lacque on it. I tried using isopropanol to remove it but it forms like a sticky surface on the saw blade.
Any recommendations how to clean this stuff of the saw?
Thank you for the replies.
Was a bit afraid of using wire wool but I didnt had in mind that there were so fine grids of it. Will definitely try it out. If this does not help I will go the acetone route outside.
I wouldn‘t have bothered with the lacquer coating but it was a very thick coat, it with slightly wider than the saw set so it begins to stuck right after the teeth were in the wood.
OT: BTW. I love this forum, nice and fast answers with easy solutions and not rocket science like other woodworking forums. 🙂