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    Re: What do you apply to your hand tools to keep them from rusting?

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    Re: What do you apply to your hand tools to keep them from rusting?

    If they are kept in an enclosed area (tool box, or drawer) then go by Lowes and get a roll of tool box liner. Costs about $20. It has the same technology as vapor emitting paper. Used to get vapor emitting paper from friendly mechanics. In the days before plastic bags, front end parts came wrapped in to prevent rusting of machines tapers. A hint: Store excess liner in a closed container. Schedule 20 4" DVW pipe with caps works well.

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    Re: What do you apply to your hand tools to keep them from rusting?

    What do you apply to your hand tools to keep them from rusting?
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    Re: What do you apply to your hand tools to keep them from rusting?

    I use Jotoba oil. No problems with stickiness.

    Even doing this is no guarantee against rust. You still have to be vigilant.

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