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Drilling Dust Catcher - Low Tech: I was so inspired by the simplicity of the Coffee Cup - Ceiling aid (2x) by bertus52x11 as I'm about to install some ceiling lights into a concrete ceiling. But I also wanted to drill into a brick wall without having to clear away all the bi…

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Cheap & Easy DIY Dust Collector Step 1: Get Your Supplies. Step 2: Attach 45-degree PVC to Hose. Step 3: Assemble Lid. This is the portion that plugs into your shop vac. It "powers" the dust collector! Make it... Step 4: Attach Hose to Coupler. This is your intake hose. You will use this portion

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Instructions. Combine the water, liquid castile soap, moisturizing oil, and lemon essential oil in a spray bottle. Gently shake the bottle to combine the ingredients. To Use: Spray a cloth ( microfiber is preferable) with dusting spray, then wipe surfaces to remove dust

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Drill your first hole. If you need to drill multiple holes and you have used good tape, you can carefully detach the bag after drilling the first hole and then attach it again below the second marker to drill the second hole, third hole, etc. If you keep the bag upright, you will not spill any drill dust on the floor

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Rebuilding My Dust Collector Homemade Machines & Jigs. When I bought my dust collector, I thought it would be perfect for the kind of work I do in my shop. It was portable and I could just move it where needed and quickly connect it to the tool I would be using. As it turns out, that was actually a lot more inconvenient than I thought

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May 20, 2009 · Drill your first hole. If you need to drill multiple holes and you have used good tape, you can carefully detach the bag after drilling the first hole and then attach it again below the second marker to drill the second hole, third hole, etc. If you keep the bag upright, you will not spill any drill dust …

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Drilling Dust Catcher - Low Tech: I was so inspired by the simplicity of the Coffee Cup - Ceiling aid (2x) by bertus52x11 as I'm about to install some ceiling lights into a concrete ceiling. But I also wanted to drill into a brick wall without having to clear away all the bi…

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Instructions. Combine the water, liquid castile soap, moisturizing oil, and lemon essential oil in a spray bottle. Gently shake the bottle to combine the ingredients. To Use: Spray a cloth ( microfiber is preferable) with dusting spray, then wipe surfaces to remove dust

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