linen strip

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lin·en strip

(linĕn strip)
A piece of linen, with or without abrasive, used to polish proximal surfaces of dental restorations.
See also: polishing strip
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Use a bias tape maker to quickly create the linen strips.
There was no need, his hands were so contracted, but 'to avoid ripping the fragile skin of his palms with the wooden handle of his paintbrush, a little piece of cloth was inserted in his palm held in place with linen strips tied round and knotted at his wrists'.
(4) They wrapped the body with linen strips and poured resins onto the strips to further dry the body.