|Charles Oates||01/08/2020 10:49:33|
565 forum posts
Hi all, I was about to order some more tack cloths before moving on to varnishing my model, when I noticed something new to me. Several furniture restoration people are now using microfiber cloths instead, Easyer, cheaper and re usable they say, and just as good. There were also a couple of posts saying they left some fibers behind. That seemed to spark a pro and anti argument.
My question here is have any of you tried microfiber cloths in this way, how did you get on?
|Tim Rowe||01/08/2020 12:57:59|
405 forum posts
I use both. Microfibre first and then tack cloths.
There is no way I would ditch the tack cloths.
|Tim Rowe||01/08/2020 12:58:54|
405 forum posts
Edited By Tim Rowe on 01/08/2020 12:59:38
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