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Paul

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#1 posted 05-21-2014 04:33 AM

Short answer, no. Your wife will not be happy.
Long answer : yes she can hang her coats in the garage while you work.

I work in a room that directly feeds a central air and heating unit. Every breath gets pulled through the entire house through my shop.

So for the short answer, no. Your wife will not be able to keep clothing outside at first. You will have no idea how to set up your tools or dust collection at first. You will need to play around with it.

Long answer, yes. Once you put in a real dc and filter you will even be able to breathe better. I work in a very small area. When I enter my shop, glasses go on and I flip 2 remote switches. One for light the other for the air cleaner ( mine is a jet) I leave a laptop in my shop at all times and have never had to wipe dust off it since I got my dust under control.

Dust collection is something I take very seriously, take a look at my shop. It’s normally as clean as the photos depict.

P.S. For the wife, garage dirt dust isn’t wood dust ;)

Have a great night

Paul


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