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    I noted Camelia Oil is reasonably priced byShield Technology thanks for the reference,great choice there.

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    Matthew the owner of the Workshop Heaven is a nice young man with a cast iron guarantee, he also has some very nice tools, its where I bought my cabinet makers chisels, my Ashley iles all rounder and my plane, he ships to Australia and if you need to talk tooling with him he is happy to do so.

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    Rust used to be a problem in my old workshops over the years. As a result a lot of my small tooling is kept in airtight “clip lock” food containers. My current workshop is not too bad but larger stuff gets a coat of wax if needed. Camellia oil is good for measuring tools and I’m sure it would be good for taper tooling between use if needed.

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre View Post
    If you are looking for corrosion control, you could try here Shield Technology Corrosion Control Products
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    Looks interesting, cant seem to find any one that sells it in Australia.

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