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When it comes to taking care of a shovel, there are a few common mistakes that can easily be avoided with a little knowledge and effort. Additionally, it is a good idea to oil or grease the shovel after it has been washed and dried to provide a protective barrier against rust and corrosion. To sharpen the blade of your shovel, you will need a sharpening stone that is specifically designed for metal blades.There may be sections that feel oily and areas that are dry. Wipe off any excess oil with a rag. The oil will penetrate the wood so it does not dry out and break and will also provide a weather resistant shell to the handle. Rain, snow, dirt and chemicals will not penetrate into the handle and it will last a long time. How To Clean A Shovel’s Metal Blade Moisture can cause rust and corrosion on the metal parts of the shovel, so it’s best to store them in a cool, dry area. You may wish to use gloves. Remove the rusty residue with a cloth then wash with warm water and allow to dry.
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Regularly applying oil or grease to the shovel will not only help to keep it rust-free, but it will also create a protective barrier that will help to reduce the impact of regular use. Next, get a rag and pour 5 or 6 tablespoons of linseed oil or danish oil on the rag. Wrap the rag around the handle applying the oil to the wooden handle. Make sure your entire handle gets coated with oil. You may need to add more oil to your cloth as you work your way down the handle. The blade also needs to be kept sharp to ensure it performs at its best and to reduce wear and tear.
Taking the time to follow these basic steps will ensure your shovel remains in top condition and lasts for many years. Final Thoughts