Wonder Slick Stick - CBN Wheel Sharpening & Multi-Use Lubricant
Wonder Slick Stick
CBN Wheel Sharpening & Multi-Use Lubricant
Our new Wonder Slick Stick has several benefits for Wood Turners and Wood Workers. This all-natural product is a lubricant that works its way deep into any surface to reduce friction, wear and heat. When used on CBN wheels for grinding, it protects the wheel from clogging with even the softest metals like copper and aluminum. It also makes sharpening more efficient and keeps the wheel and tool cooler. Use Wonder Slick Stick on your bandsaw blade to prevent binding and burning on heavy or sharp cuts. Try it on the bed of your lathe or the banjo. Use it to prevent binding with your coring tools. Try it on hollowing tools, bowl gouges and even sandpaper for a noticeable difference that will not affect your finishing or leave behind any residue.
And that's not all! Outside the woodshop, Wonder Slick Stick makes it easier to cut through metals, drill and tap holes and to prevent parts from seizing. It works on locks, hinges and slides as well as other numerous situations. The only limit is your imagination!
Wonder Slick Stick is one of those products you really don't want to be without!
"Okay, I did all the stuff Ken suggested and it works great. I've had it in the shop for two weeks and have used it on outside of bandsaw blade (smooth operator), my lathe cutting tools (HSS - no drag no heat), drill bits - butter smooth. Today I was working two plunge routers hard and they started to bind a little on the release, put some slick stick on my finger and rubbed the two columns each and low and behold the snap back was like brand new. Better part was there was no accumulation on the shafts from the cuts. I even used it on my mortiser and no more drag on the release. This stuff is magic! Will be a staple in the shop unless Ken comes up with something better."
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