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    3 hands

    With the kitchen demo right around the corner I thought it might be a good time to get some extra hands. Got a pretty good deal @ Amazon that included a carry case, a set of extra large feet, and feet with magnets to hld the poly as you raise the leg to the ceiling. I also picked up some extra magnets and a couple of large zippers.
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    These will serve to hold a temp poly wall around the work area to minimize dust in the rest of the house for now. Later they will become an impromptu spray booth when needed!
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    I've gotta hand it to you, Rennie...hands-down that looks like a handy tool to have on hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    I've gotta hand it to you, Rennie...hands-down that looks like a handy tool to have on hand.

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    Looks like I've had it handed to me! A backhanded compliment.
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    good product and good company!! yu done good rennie
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    looks to me like they can Hand le the job.
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    Come on, kitchen remodels makin' dust RRRIIIGGGHHHHTTTTT I think we are still finding plaster dust Yes Jan will really appreciate them, thus so will you

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    "Later they will become an impromptu spry booth when needed!"

    Just might work OK for you to have a dust free area to work out in to stay in shape whatcha doin getting ready for a triathlon. At least you'll be a spry old man.
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    Looks pretty handy, that's for sure. I've just used sticks that that a little bit taller than the ceiling before and used a 'spring' fit to hold up plastic wrap.

    But those look infinitely better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Leetch View Post
    "Later they will become an impromptu spry booth when needed!"

    Just might work OK for you to have a dust free area to work out in to stay in shape whatcha doin getting ready for a triathlon. At least you'll be a spry old man.
    I can always count on you Bart!
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