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What is "Emery Cloth" - Definition & Explanation

A strong cotton or linen fabric coated with fine, powdered emery. Used for abrasive purposes and polishing.

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A plain weave cotton cloth characterized by a sheen ranging from dull to bright. polish can be achieved either through the weave or the addition of a resin finish. Can be a solid color, usually piece...

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