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That black stuff is about half a teaspoon of metal dust and corundum from edging 6 chains on my grinder. I've been reading The Fundamentals by Bereneck, and he recommends washing chains in petrol after grinding. So I tried it in an old Aspen can, then poured the dirty petrol into another container for future use - this was left in the bottom of the can, and there was likely some still in suspension in the petrol. My plan is to keep using the same petrol, and carefully pour it back into a clean wash can each time. I always blow the chains with air compressor anyway, and this was washing before blowing, so I don't know how much the blowing removes. Will try blow then wash next time and see how much less crud results, if any.
Hello everyone, I have a tree in my back garden and it needs removing. The tree unfortunately leans over into our next door neighbors house/garden, It's quite a large tree about 20ft tall and the trunk is about 4ft wide, In the bad winds and rains when the branches fall they all go into the neighbors garden braking there ornaments becoming quite the headache. Anyway i need some info on what kind of chain i need and what chainsaw and if you know where there are and chainsaws for sale shop's/site's would be great The image below is an example of what is in my garden, i will have to get one of the kids to get a picture of my actual tree up asap. Thanks everyone http://housetohome.media.ipcdigital.co.uk/96/0000121dc/6386_orh550w550/Herbaceous-border-in-English-country-garden.jpg