Get some kitchen ones from your supermarket of choice, the industrial packs you can buy online tend to have quite thin papers whilst the kitchen variety are quite nice and thick. I usually pick up the "Jumbo" Rolls from Tesco for £1 or so, good for everything in the workshop. They're also safer for finishing lathework as they'll tear rather than being pulled into the machine if they snag!Garno":20w67v5f said:Looks like paper towels are getting added to my shopping list
Bm101":66ylphes said:You can buy dedicated lint free cotton for applying oil based finishes from specialist suppliers like Osmo. If you want too you can.
Or you can collect old cotton where you find it for pennies. Take your pick. Same sh*t. Different day. Bed sheets, old shirts, its literally everywhere when you start looking. Put the word out to family/ friends. It starts appearing in huge laundry bags as women everywhere find the excuse to buy new bedsets with matching pillow cases while they can with a free excuse to buy new sh*t on the grounds they are helping someone out. (hammer)