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Cindy Reven

I wonder if I can spray wd40 into the punches to make them so it doesn't get stuck or stick?


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Re: SU!: Punches

GrammyKaren

 
 I use soda cans.  I punch the can a few times.  Zipper ease may help.  It is a wax pen used on metal zippers to make the pull go smoother but doesn't leave a residue.  You could try the WD40. It might leave a oily residue for a while.
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Wilkinsonb
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I am not sure but what I do is punch it with tin foil, that sharpens the punch and then punch wax paper, that lubricates it. Hope this helps.
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Re: SU!: Punches

Amy Cloncs
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Hi Cindy,
 
I called DS about a punch a while back, and they told me that they do stick, and if you live in a humid area it was even worse, because they develope rust inside. So I would say yes. My Big Shot was acting like I couldn't turn it any more and I thought I broke it. My husband took it apart for me and, they only thing wrong with it was it had rusted alittle, he sprayed it with DW40, put it back together, and it has worked great ever since. That was about 5 years ago. So I would say YES again.
 
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RE: Punches

Libby Dyson
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I’ve done it with WD40 and it helps a lot. Just make sure you wipe off the excess and leave the punch for a while then punch through old paper such as newspaper before punching card. This gets rid of any of the oil residue. Another tip is to punch through a few layers of wax lunch wrap and to sharpen punch through foil like builders flashing. (I live in Australia so not sure all the terms are the same J)

 

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RE: SU!: Punches

Keryn Campbell
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I have done that with the bird builder punch when it jammed.  Worked a treat.  It took a lot of punching scrap paper to get all the oil out of it though.

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RE: Punches

Jackie Topa
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I’ve used WD40 but don’t like the oily residue it leaves behind. I prefer to use silicone spray.

 

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RE: Punches

Tina Todd
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I have always used wax paper.  Also to help sharpen I punch layers of tinfoil & then to take burrs of the edge I punch thru 100 grit sandpaper.  I don't care for the residue of WD40

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