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Blade Lubricant Stick

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The blade lubricant stick extends the life of saw blades, keeping them sharper longer. A special blend of oils and wax helps protect blades from heat damage and clogging because of the accumulation of wood, pitch and metal chips. Excellent performance on band saw, scroll saw and coping saw blades.

  • Helps prevent clogging
  • Reduces heat - extends blade life
  • Carefully apply to moving blade
(1) Blade Lubricant Stick
More Information
Brand Olson
Manufacturer Part Number AC70010
Weight 0.2300
Tech Spec
  • Use On: Metal, Plastic and Wood Cutting Blades
  • Measures: 1" Diameter x 8" Long
4.6 / 5.0
19 Reviews
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Blade lubricant stick
One can get by without this lube just as one can get by with a blade that is no longer perfectly sharp. But, it seems to me that blade lubricant helps, especially in very hard or wavy-grained wood.
April 9, 2020
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great. Nice smooth band saw cuts.
January 17, 2020
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Lubricated The blade just fine. The first thing I noticed was the machine ran much quieter. I haven’t made any significant cuts since I Lubricated the blade.
August 11, 2019
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
It does help prolong the blade life in my opinion and experience with it. I have also used this for a pole saw blades when trimming my oak trees. It makes the strokes much more smoother.So it has multiple uses!
April 24, 2019
1 year ago
Slippery Blades Penetrate Better
I use this when resawing hardwoods with a Wood Slicer blade and it improves tracking, keeps the blade cool, and prolongs blade life.
August 29, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
This will really help when cutting hard exotics.
August 11, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great
October 28, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Definitely a must when using ,20 gauge steel on a scroll saw close to twice the blade life.Only problem is round stick ... will roll away but a small screw takes care of the problem
October 16, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great grease!
This is not actually a grease, but it sure acts like it. This is really a blade saver, especially with beginners. My grandsons (ages 7 & 9) each did Scout and 4-H projects on my nine-inch bandsaw and my scroll saw. Just a little lube and the blades lasted a lot longer as the boys had a tendancy to add side stress to the blades learning the process of cutting curved lines. One did a jigsaw puzzle of a bunny inside of a bunny and the other did a bouquet of wooden flowers. They each cut the rough outline of thier pinewood derby cars. GOOD STUFF!
May 11, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Does as per description. Helps the wood to cut smoothly.
January 6, 2017
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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Great reviews
Lambi C on Jun 28, 2020
going to try it once
Helen on May 9, 2020
Great reviews
Lambi C on Jun 28, 2020
Ran out
Roy B on Jun 19, 2020
going to try it once
Helen on May 9, 2020
running out piece I have is less than one inch long
Troy H on Mar 23, 2020
For those blades I can't clean with a cleaner, this should help them last longer.
S T on Feb 28, 2020
To extend the life of the blade on my Jet bandsaw and Jet scrollsaw.
Richard R on Feb 12, 2020
LOVE my bandsaw. Anything I can do to keep it working most efficiently, I'm on it. Will post if it works, or not.
John S on Dec 22, 2019
Hopefully this will raise blade awareness with my workers. Not exactly worried about the lubrication part, but definitely a bonus.
Brian L on Apr 11, 2019
Sounds like a great idea
Robert Z on Feb 18, 2019
Great idea!
Francis Allen R on Nov 21, 2018
Wanted to try it out
Paul on Aug 5, 2018
To save the blade when resewing
William H on Jul 29, 2018
supposed to help keep blade cool
Jim G on Apr 20, 2018
For scroll saw & bandsaw blades
Ronald F on Mar 14, 2018
want to try it out
Roger W on Dec 13, 2017
Honestly, to qualify for free shipping, but I do have equipment on which I can use it.
Dave B on Sep 20, 2017
Though I'd try it since it was reasonably priced
D O on Sep 2, 2017
Recommended in class from Craftsy
James E on Aug 13, 2017
Wand to prevent clogging of blade.
Dr. M on May 19, 2017
Want to extend the life of my blades and make the cutting better.
Gary M on Apr 13, 2017
just to try it
J-Dub on Jan 30, 2017
Need a new one
Jeff P on Jan 27, 2017
There is a noticeable difference in cutting wood when I remember to use it. It is a big stick and will last a long time.
DAVID S. on Jan 5, 2017
old cool blocks wore out
Jeffrey W on Dec 29, 2016
works for me
Architectural G on Oct 12, 2016
blades over heat a lot and I brake a lot of blades
Paul H on Sep 5, 2016
reviews recommended
Robert P on Mar 23, 2016
Just thought I would try this stick but not to impressed
Arthur B on Feb 24, 2016
Bandsaw maintenance.
Russell N on Feb 2, 2016
It sounds like a good idea.
Angel Q on Dec 24, 2015
keeps blades running longer
John M on Dec 13, 2015
Ernesto M on Dec 12, 2015
To try
Richard D on Dec 5, 2015
For bandsaw
Johnny C on Nov 22, 2015
Need for bandsaw
Frank W on Oct 7, 2015
need for band saw
toolman on Sep 7, 2015
Recommended by saw manufacturer
Trina G on Jul 17, 2015
love this stuff, Keeps blades clean and they last alot longer.
Bonnie H on Jun 24, 2015
band saw blade lubrication
David B on May 27, 2015
Ran out
Roy B on Jun 19, 2020
running out piece I have is less than one inch long
Troy H on Mar 23, 2020
Is this lubricant good on a table saw blade?
Allan H on Oct 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No. If you are having binding on a table saw, you need to check your fence alignment and use a riving blade to keep the kerf from pinching saw blade. This lub is best for a bandsaw.
Will this impact gluing and finishing when used to cut wood?
Mike B on Jan 7, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I work on acrylic so I’m not sure how it would react with wood but I can tell you it has extended the life of the blades are use substantially.
Silly question, but how do you use it?
Greg on Oct 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: A light touch to the blade when on. The flat part mostly. A little goes a long way. A lot could cause problems and gum-up the works. I don't use it much on any of my round saw blades, I just clean those blades. It is good on my band saw and scroll saw blades though.