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What is the proper lubricant for meat slicers

No matter what type of oil we user on our slicer, it seems to gum up and makes slicing very hard. Is there a product that cleans or lubricates the guide and doesn't gum it up.

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The only oil use for this units is mineral oil you can buy it at any grocery store

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Food grade silicone spray, available from industrial kitchen supply stores

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I am a chef and I used meat slicer it could save you a lot of trouble and energy and also is very helpful to have in your kitchen, that helps us slice through meat and cheese easily. But, need to proper maintenance for this device. Normally I used mineral oil for cleaning the blade it is the best oil I ever used. Just wipe the blade down with mineral oil. Also, vegetable based oils might work.
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OUR PROBLEM IS THAT THE SLICER KEEPS GETTING STIFFER TO PUSH AND THUS MORE DIFFICULT TO SLICE MEATS AND CHEESES


You have to put mineral oil on the bar that the arm slides on otherwise it gets full of junk and stiffens up

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I want to buy some oil to lubricate my hobart slicer .what to use


If you can, remoove the blade - very carefully. Clean everything where you can. It's a virtual trash holder under the blade. Where the blade mounts, you can use mineral oil to lubricate the bearing. If it makes any contact with food, it won't hurt you.

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