Washed Jersey Knit Rags 8.5 lbs
My definition of a wood working shop rag is a relatively soft, adsorbent piece of cloth. Old T’s are great but I can’t count on the supply. An absorbent rag is really key for me. An absorbent cloth...
- Made from a cotton blend - grown, spun, woven, processed and boxed 100% in the USA
- Not only attracts liquids but is also good at releasing them
- Convenient packaging for easy storage and usage
- Extremely absorbent
- Great for staining, finishing and polishing
Articles & Blogs
Join Lori Haught, Woodcraft Marketing Manager and Woodworking Adventures Blogger, for Part I of a three-part series on refurbishing a unique thrift store find — a Telephone Gossip Bench.
Bankers are “numbers people,” but Liz McGill-Bleakley of St. Marys, West Virginia, also has a creative side that led to a stress-relieving hobby – refurbishing furniture. “I have been banking for 34 years,” Liz explains. “Painting furniture started by accident. I had seen some items in catalogs that I liked, but didn’t want to pay big money for them. I thought, ‘I can do that!’”
Great for all sorts of uses
I have gone through several boxes of these clean rags for everything from a rag to wipe down knives I'm sharpening (I do a lot of hand sharpening and reshaping damaged knives (pocket to bowie style knives using Arkansas, diamond, cerramic and waterstones all of which can get messy. These are always handy to wipe the bladss clean when needed. Also use for applying and wiping of staines and finishes on my carvings. Definitely beats paper towels and the like.
Love these! Excellent for stain, oils, etc. And they really are cotton.
I always keep a box under the workbench.