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John Smith

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#1 posted 12-27-2017 03:59 AM

keep the bits and bearings free of goop, like pitch, tar, adhesives, etc.
clean them regularly with solvent and brass brush.
keep them oiled and in a safe place so the cutters do not get chipped.
try not to drop them on a concrete or tile floor (carbide will chip – it is brittle).
try not to cut into nails and screws in the wood (the carbide will chip or break).

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