[Clayart] Porcelain question

ronroy at ca.inter.net ronroy at ca.inter.net
Sun Jul 3 12:57:03 EDT 2016

Or a vacum system that exits the dust outside - the best of all systems.


Quoting Robert Harris via Clayart <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com>:

> On Sat, Jul 2, 2016 at 12:38 PM, Jeff Lawrence via Clayart <
> clayart at lists.clayartworld.com> wrote:
>> Carving in your garage means those particles will float around,
>> settling only over hours or days, then recirculating every time there's air
>> movement to roil the up.
> I would definitely second Jeff's post and more importantly to draw
> attention to this sentence. What causes silicosis are the extremely fine
> particles that we don't notice. These are so fine they just don't settle,
> an hour after carving your studio will be just as dangerous as it was
> during. The same with sweeping. You should NEVER sweep or vacuum a studio
> (barring a high grade HEPA-filtered vacuum, which as I recall one member of
> ClayArt did invest in). Soak it down and mop!
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