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What kind of wiping paper do you use?

Curious to see what kind of paper you guys use to wipe off ink and blood :)

I use Tork Soft Wash Cloth Premium. It's expensive as hell so I'd love to hear about some alternatives :)


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RE:What kind of wiping paper do you use?

I use the cheapest One from the nearest super market. Think it would cost 4 or 5 dollar if I where to translate from Danish kroner to American dollar. There is 4 rolls in a pack and I use 1 roll on two sessions. Approximately.

Anyway. It's 4layered, and doesn't leave small paper things on the skin. Don't need to pay a shit load of money for that stuff. Just trying to get the best I can at the cheapest cost with things like paper towels, plastic and so on

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RE:What kind of wiping paper do you use?

It is in LIDL If you have that shop Chain in norway.
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RE:What kind of wiping paper do you use?

I use torque centre feed roll . Its about £13 for 6 rolls in double ply . I always found kitchen roll to be too rough and falls apart way too easy . Also having it in a dispenser has always been a more hygienic approach for me .
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RE:What kind of wiping paper do you use?

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Hey man,

I like to use Bounty towels. they absorb well and the tear stress is low. they're pretty good at not leaving any pieces behind. I buy them in bulk at Costco.

Take care


Stephen Stacey
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RE:What kind of wiping paper do you use?

Blue shop towels from costco. 8 rolls last about a week and a half in a 3 artist shop. 20 cad. Canadian dollars. So soft on the skin.
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RE:What kind of wiping paper do you use?

Blue shop towels are probably the top pick, but really, any white paper towels are sufficient.
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