My shop isn't heated/cooled so I keep things waxed and oiled frequently. I've also started using my dad's technique of keeping a sheet of luan/plywood cut to size on top of my TS and other metal tables. He did a light waxing once a year, but mostly to help keep plywood/boards sliding across the top smoothly. I had picked up his table from my BIL's shop a couple of years ago and being stored with that ply on top it looked as shiny as the day he stored it 15 years ago, where other exposed parts had gotten some surface rust.
Since most of the tools aren't really exposed to rapid changing hot/cold conditions they typically don't get condensation on them anyway.
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