Red instead of Blue? Really?

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  1. T Monahan
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    First ever! ARCS members first saw it on rug shop tour in San Antonio Texas:

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  2. Ron K
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    Any info on that Curtain. Kind of a tight squeeze with overhead door in my spot, curtain might work better.
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    Meg Walker @ Aladdin would know: 1-201-601-7745

    My personal concept with both of my applications was the installation of a roll up door. Each had a 7' high opening.

    The plastic curtain seen here is less money by far!
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    Has Clark sent a well formulated letter yet?
  5. Ron K
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    Huh?
    Oh and thanks Tom. My room was just set up for wet so now the dry is just problematic.
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    http://goffscurtainwalls.com/industrial-curtains

    PVC curtains have a track that it can ride on to open and close it.. Abit pricey but very functional.. I've had them in my sights for a few years...
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    The Tumble Duster really works well and containment is important for all the debris that comes out of it.

    Could you consider putting it outside in a free standing shed? I know Bob Carr, Ellen Amirkhan, Michael Brummet and yours truly have done something similar.
  8. Ron K
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    Have thought of it.
    Any kind of dusting outside is well....... right now I hear the Fog horn from the Ferry.....and thats our "dry" humidity!
    Air Dusting outside is a real bummer too!
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