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Tack Cloth Helps Create Flawless Finishes for Any Project
Buy Wholesale Tack Cloth to Create Debris-Free Workspaces for Artists and Craftsmen
What is tack cloth? And do you actually need it to complete your project? The short answer is, more than likely, yes. If you are a woodworker, you understand the amount of sawdust that can accumulate from and settle onto your project's surface. If you are a painter, you know specks of dust or dirt can ruin the texture of a piece you are working on. Want to add a glossy finish to anything? Any amount of dust, dirt or other contaminants will show through, and you may not get the end result you were hoping for.
Think of the last project you completed where you needed an absolutely clean, dust-free surface. Did you pull out a paper towel, a duster or maybe even a microfiber towel? If you did, how many times did you re-wipe your surface before you became frustrated with the dust that settled again on your piece's surface? Prevent blemishes in your next project with Mednik Riverbend's tack cloth.
What is tack cloth?
Tack cloth is a lint-free, often gauze-like material used to remove dust, dirt, lint and other contaminants from wood and other surfaces. Most are typically made from a cotton-based cheesecloth and are treated with a chemical tacking agent to make them, well, tacky so they can collect all of the unwanted particles that will cause imperfections in your projects. You work hard and want to be proud of the creations you produce, and an easy first step is to make sure your base is prepared to be sealed or painted.
Why use wholesale tack cloth?
The best part is that, as long as it is properly stored in a sealed plastic bag, you can reuse your tack cloth multiple times until it is no longer sticky, meaning you can do a large project, or even a few small ones, with the same piece of tack cloth. So, when you purchase Mednik Riverbend's wholesale tack cloth, you can rest assured you will be able to hold onto it for a long time.