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Posted on Protecting hair from dust? A girly solution?

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Buckethead

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#1 posted 06-06-2014 01:03 AM

It occurs to me that this apparatus would work adequately for keeping dust out of one’s hair, unless you have a beard. (Like my friends at the gay biker bar)

The greater concern, in my opinion, is the dust entering your lungs.

A dust collection system seems optimal here. I’ve even seen a drywall guy who had a disk sander on a wand that hooked up to a shop vac. He sanded ceilings without a ladder, stilts, or even a wallboard. He was doing smooth ceilings. I don’t think sanding is required if you’re doing knock down or popcorn, or most any textured ceiling. Just clean knife work. Hope this was more helpful.

I just found it a bit off putting that you would insult the follicley challenged. Chicks dig the bald head.

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