Painter Training: Interior Collection
Care & Use of Vacuum
Season 1, Episode 6 • 2m 57s
Job site preparation involves clearing away dust and debris. Vacuuming, in particular, takes away the fine dust particles that may stick to the wet materials on surfaces, resulting in a rough finish.
When we clean the areas near the substrates that will receive paint or other finishes, we want to reduce the possibility of dust getting picked up by the sprayer.
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