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    Anyone know a way to make tack cloth? Seems like the stuff at "Do It Yourself" is almost too sticky. My old T-shirts that the wife is threatning to throw out just needs an extra use besides putting on finish.

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    Re: Tack cloth?

    a lint free rag and some paint thinner, works fairly well,

    http://www.thesuperhandyman.com/tackrag.html

    I have read this one before,
    http://www.homeabc.net/Do-It-Yoursel...-Yourself.html

    Same as the first basically.
    http://www.ehow.com/how_1340_make-tack-rag.html

    More here.
    http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...ake+tack+cloth

    Warning any time you make a or have a rag or rags, and some oils or varnishes on it keep it, separated out to dry, or keep them in a sealed can (paint can).

    Many Oils and some varnishes are very acceptable to spontaneous combustion,
    Last edited by BHD; 12-07-2008, 01:10 AM.
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      Re: Tack cloth?

      Well that looks like it will do the trick. Thank you much. Now I can have a good supply on hand when needed and recycle those old t-shirts.

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