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Old 08-28-2011, 07:37 AM   #1
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A black plastic sack will do, but is there something better?
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Yer spose to make dust with it, not cover it up.......
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Old 08-28-2011, 03:24 PM   #3
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A blk plastic bag is what I use....If I remember, they came with a cover when I bought it...wonder what happened to that. I'll bet you can purchase one from the website.
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Yes, your apron ! You have to got put it somewhere when you finish work .
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I used some cordura I bought at Mill Ends to sew up a nice cover for my metal lathe, an old meat slicer, and my canoe. The cordura keeps of the dust, can breath, and sheds water too.
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I use one of those 'bed in a bag' zippered bags that I got when I bought a new comforter for my bed. Not sure what the difference is in size as I have an ol' yella...I only cover it up when I'm doing any finish coating...otherwise it's covered with sawdust - lol! It's a little heavier duty than a black plastic bag...but you might also try one of those outdoor furniture chair covers that you can pick up pretty cheap. Good Luck in the Hunt!
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When you scroll you make dust which is in the air and land all over your saw SO why on earth would you want to cover it to keep the dust off . I wax mine for moisture but I dont cover it.
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Depends where you keep your saw. The roof of the garage I keep mine in leaks in places when it rains heavily...keeping the saw covered makes sense in such situations. I also have a dartboard nearby & the saw table has a few dents from darts falling out of the board...had it been covered it would not have happened. Then there's the safety issue of leaving a saw uncovered if you have children around.
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