Debris Shield for Drywall Dust
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If you need to drill holes in a drywall ceiling, you could just go ahead and do it, let the dust fall where it does, and then clean it up later, but there’s a better way.
Peter Desmond of Chicago, Ill., was tired of being showered with drywall dust every time he had to drill a hole in a drywall ceiling. So he enlisted the help of an old basketball to contain the falling dust and debris.
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