George Vondriska teaches you how to make a cleaning brush for your lower band saw wheel. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

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  • Larry

    What kind of glue is that you used?

    • Mark Walsh

      cyanoacrylate glue. Better known as Superglue.
      Mark

      • Larry

        Thanks Mark.

  • Justin Hill

    What is a good way to clean off the blade and wheels prior to this? I just cut a lot of pine and there is a lot of pitch on the bearings and blade. And recommendations on cleaning agents or home remedies? Thanks,
    Justin

    • Mark Walsh

      Kerosene can be used if soap and water doesn’t work well enough.There are some commercial blade cleaners out there but I have found none work any better than kerosene. It’s highly flamable so be careful if using around a heat source. Once blades are cleaned there are several commercial sprays which help protect the blades and help keep the pitch to a minimum. Hope that helps.