How To Clean A Wrench With Just One Step-Using Your Tongue As A Brush

It’s important to remember that’my advice here will work for any type of tool.

If you’ve ever wondered how to clean a woodworking tool, we’ve got you covered. We’ve got the best ways possible, and these tips will help you clean up the most likely place to get stained. In the video, this article is followed by how-to videos on how to clean and prep your work area. If you have questions, please visit our contact us page and send us a note. In the video, tips on how to clean and prep a woodworking tool are discussed, followed by specific video steps in which you will learn a very simple method of cleaning a woodworking tool.

How To Clean A Screwdriver With One Step-Using Your Tongue As A Brush The most common type of woodworking tool, the screwdriver, is also one of the dirtiest, and the most likely to get stained when not properly cleaned. Fortunately, the solution lies in your tongue. By washing out that gunk which has accumulated over the years, the metal surface of each screw and the shaft of the screwdriver will be clean as a whistle. To clean your screwdrivers, simply use a paper towel and a toothbrush to clean your tool with a gentle scrubbing motion. You can use a rag or a cleaning cloth as well. After you’ve wiped your tool clean, dry your tip and use it to apply a lube to your screwdriver shaft. If you’re in the market for one of those fancy plastic screwdrivers that are designed for use on the job site; a better choice: use sandpaper with a soft grit to sand your tool, and a paper towel with a lint-free cloth to rub down the wood. After you’ve removed as much grit as possible, put your tool into a cup of warm water. Use the tip of your tongue as a brush, and wipe your tool between the fingers until the lube is thoroughly absorbed, then dry it off on a clean paper towel and a clean rag. Your tool should now be like new.

How To Clean A Saw With Just One Step-Use Your Tongue As A Brush As you’ve no doubt realized in previous tutorials, using your tongue as a brush is a terrific way to clean off the gunk which accumulated from a lot of hard use. Using the tip of your tongue as a brush, wipe downward on the saw’s shaft, wiping the lube or sandpaper between your fingers. Use the end of your tongue as a brush and use a quick brushing motion to remove any residue remaining.

How To Clean Sawdust With One Step-Using Your Tongue As A Brush A small amount of sawdust is fine to use as a lube, but using too much can lead to corrosion. The solution is to use a clean, dry rag to dampen the sawdust, then use a paper towel to wipe the sawdust into the dust extraction cup. Let the sawdust sit for about a minute, or until it begins to get tacky, then wipe it dry off with a paper towel. Finally, dry off with a clean paper towel.

How To Clean Sawdust With One Step-Using Your Tongue As A Brush

How To Clean Sawdust With One Step-Using Your Tongue As A Brush A large amount of sawdust is fine to use as a lube, but using it too much may cause rust problems on your tool. The solution is to use a paper towel to dampen the sawdust, then use a clean, dry rag to wipe the sawdust into the dust extraction cup. Let the sawdust sit for about a minute, or until it begins to get tacky, then wipe it dry off with a paper towel. Finally, dry off with a clean paper towel.