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Tip : I have has this Sears Table Saw 20 +Yrs. had to clean Rust off several times. I suggest using a Belt Sander w/ fine Grit #100 or so. Just sand lightly to remove the Rust and wipe with WD-40, then Wipe it off. that way it will not leave a Residue, but will fill the Pores in the metal, retarding more Rust
TIP : I have had this same Sears Table Saw for over 20+ yrs. I have cleaned the Rust off of it Several times. I Suggest using a Belt Sander with Fine Grit #100 or so. Sand lightly to remove the Rust,Wipe with a Clean Rag, then Wipe with WD-40 & Wipe it off. This will leave no Residue,but will fill the Pores in the metal, Retarding further Rust ! Rust Remover is an Acid and no matter how well you try to Remove it, it will get into the Pores of the metal, Thus encouraging more Rust !