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Here are some supplies and tools we find essential in our everyday work around the shop. We may receive a commission from sales referred by our links; however, we have carefully selected these products for their usefulness and quality.

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  • jurgen01

    No lubricant is free of ethical and environmental complexities. This is certainly true of the soy bean and palm oil production, both of which have considerable environmental and habitat impacts, for both animals and humans. This is also true of camelia and jojoba oils, FWIW.

    Nonetheless, when one weighs the balance of ethical and environmental consequences, your case for using Crisco shortening in the shop seems very sound on both ethical and environmental grounds. Not to mention the stuff is dirt cheap, unlike camelia and jojoba oils.

    Very good suggestion. Thanks.

  • BLZeebub

    I haven’t used THAT stuff since becoming an adult (and discovering bacon fat). However, maybe people will stop wondering why my work smells like breakfast. Hmmm….

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