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A rag impregnated with a slow-drying or nondrying varnish or resin; used to wipe dust, lint, and dirt from an article before it is painted.
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Chances are some of this varnish or the chemical in your tack rag
is being transferred to the surface of your stock as you wipe it down.
After buffing, remove the dust with a vacuum and a tack rag
Finish by vacuuming the entire piece or wiping it with a tack rag
(a resin-impregnated cloth) to pick up fine dust particles.
A manufacturer of tack rags
for wovens and nonwovens, Gekatex S.