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    Hello,Today my new DIy video Smart Idea !
    Another Smart DIY IDEA || How to clean a Magnet Arrow Welding Holder from metal shavings???
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    Me thinks if he can that much crud from the floor onto the magnet just by dropping it, ------------- maybe he better sweep the bluddy floor, eh. ;-)
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    Thanks Mr.DK DIY! We've added your Welding Magnet Cleaner to our Cleaning category,
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    I've always just used a blast of compressed air, effective but not necessarily the safest or cleanest way of doing things.

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    Compressed air, outside, pointed down, glasses on!��

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenie View Post
    Me thinks if he can that much crud from the floor onto the magnet just by dropping it, ------------- maybe he better sweep the bluddy floor, eh. ;-)
    Mine get that cruddy from sitting on a cabinet.

    Neil

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    I get a kick out of "Thumbs Up" videos. lol

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    Keep it simple.Pull an old sock over your magnet .When you are done,,pull the sock off the magnet,,filings get dropped in a receptacle of your choice. Easy peasey

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    I keep my magnet in a plastic bag. Take the bag off, sweep the area, and and all the swarf falls into the bin.
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    Edit: Sorry, Sweep the area, take the bag off, and all the swarf falls into the bin.

    Mike


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