To clean the bandsaw table shown below, I simply soaked a couple of lint free cotton cloths in goo gone and then directly applied more to the heavily-Cosmolined areas and it cleaned up with minimal effort. One very important thing to note, however, do not apply goo gone (or its counterpart Goof-Off) to rubber, plastics or an automotive style paint job. These products have a tendency to turn rubber into tar, plastic into a warped cloudy mess and it will cloud up clear coat on an automotive paint job resulting in a rapid urge to hurdle the bottle at something breakable.
Needless to say, I might need to buy this stuff by the gallon as it cleans just about anything and doesn't smell like kerosene.
|Goo Gone Applied Directly To The Table|
|A Little Goes A Long Way|
|Clean And Ready For Use!|
|This Worked Great On Heavy Grease|
On The Milling Machine