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>> No. 2928 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 11:19 am
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Just picked these up.

Is the saw salvageable?
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>> No. 2929 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 11:24 am
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>>2928
Depending on what condition the teeth are in, you could probably polish the rust off and it'll cut soft wood, but I doubt it's worth it. A £10 saw from B&Q will be way better.
>> No. 2930 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 11:32 am
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>>2928
It should come up a treat if you replace the blade and handle.
>> No. 2931 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 12:22 pm
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If the teeth are sharp and straight then absolutely. If they're not then still probably.

There's loads of lads on youtube who restore tools, they're a lovely watch, but it's definitely more of a passion project than an objectively good idea when it comes to replacable tools with no sentimental value.
>> No. 2932 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 1:08 pm
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It's too rusted for the teeth to be sharp. Saws are sharpenable, but it's not something I'd suggest tackling unless you've got a reasonable amount of experience with sharpening chisels and plane blades. Probably not worth the effort TBH. The rest should come up fine with a bit of elbow grease.
>> No. 2933 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 1:13 pm
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>>2928
White vinegar and some scrubbing - maybe oil/replace some handles. Nice little haul.

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