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Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth

Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth


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Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth is a soft cloth that is safe to use on a turning lathe.

Unlike conventional cloths or rags which have a strong thread construction, Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth will tear if it gets caught in a revolving chuck, therefore minimising the risk of trapping fingers or hands.

Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth is excellent for applying or buffing a lathe polish.

Available in: Pack 3 or 10

Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth Reviews

Feedback for Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth (10 Pack) has been compiled from 1 reviews.

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Liberon Woodturners' Safety Cloth - Pack 10

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Customer Comment:

Good price for something not readily available.

Delivery Information

 UK Mainland
 Standard Delivery

2-3 Days 1

FREE - Orders over 40
 Express DeliveryNext Working Day 1
2.50 - Orders over £40
 Premium AMMon-Fri Pre 12
Mon-Fri Pre 10.30AM
 Premium Saturday Saturday 9:00-17:00 £9.95

 Scottish Highlands, Islands, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man

 Standard Delivery 3-4 Days £6.95
 Northern Ireland
 Standard Delivery3-4 Days £9.95
 Republic of Ireland and Channel Islands
 Standard Delivery 3-4 Days£14.95

1 Order online before 5pm Monday - Friday for same day dispatch.

Highland Postcodes:
AB30-38, AB44-56, FK17-21, G83, IV (all), KW0-14, PH17-32, PH34-48
Aberdeenshire, Angus, Argyllshire, Ayrshire, Caithness, Highland, Invernes-shire, Perthshire, Ross-shire, Stirlingshire

Offshore Postcodes:
BT (all), HS1-9, IM (all), KA27-28, KW15-99, PA20-99, PH33, PH49-99, PO30-41, ZE (all)
Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands and Scottish Islands

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