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Reply to @aakarsh1997: Don’t feel bad! Some people have more, some people have less. Take me for example, my workspace is covered in loads of dust - not one of these fancy workstations has as much dust as mine! 😉

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Reply to @aakarsh1997:

If it makes you feel better, I work from a laptop, just one screen!

Plus I use this little fold-up table but it"s a bit too low, so I stacked some wooden boards on

top to adjust the height. I am too lazy to go buy a desk that is the perfect height!! 😃

But it works for me!

Also, the area is not covered in dust, but it is in cat hair! 😛

I vacuum the room everyday, but I have several cats…

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Reply to @mgjohn78: Thankfully I have a basement workshop for the woodworking - my laptop only visits. How do you do the airbrushing and painting without the saw dust making a speckled mess of everything; what’s your setup?

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Reply to @zeus777: There are times I think cats only exist to spread their fur all over the planet! I only have one cat and while I’m happy to say that he is pretty awesome about staying off the furniture, his hairs are not. 😑

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Reply to @itsyourthing: Usually i vacuum the room and then i moisture the air so that the dust settles, then i vacuum again before i start painting. When a painted object is drying i have built covers with fabric sides to protect from dust. In summers i usually just setup a workbench outside for painting.

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Reply to @mgjohn78: Cool. I tried to build a cover to paint under- it kind of looked like a tiny, plastic greenhouse. Worked well for about a minute, and then the walls got painted. I should have thought that one through. 😉

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