From: email@example.com (Russ Kepler)
Subject: Re: gage block care
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 16:24:00 GMT
In article <395C8AB4.B2B0751E@bc.sympatico.ca>,
Ted Edwards <Ted_E@bc.sympatico.ca> wrote:
>Russ Kepler wrote:
>> Lanolin on a chamois.
>I've used lanolin for joints on my recorders. I would think it rather
>heavy for gage blocks. Wouldn't you have to thoroughly clean it off
>with solvent before using the blocks?
Not with solvent, just a lint free cloth on the gaging surfaces. If
you're not doing that already then you're not getting the most from
your gage blocks.
All it takes is a little lanolin on a chamois, and a quick pass on
the block as it goes back into the case.
Russ Kepler firstname.lastname@example.org
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