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Magic tool

Jan 2018 12 17:08

Post by seanallen » Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 5:08pm

Post by seanallen by seanallen Jan 2018 12 17:08

For a couple of quid, I got a drill dust catcher. It's brilliant! plug it into a vacuum and it'll stick to the wall so you can drill away two handed.
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Re: Magic tool

Jan 2018 12 20:10

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Post by EBJ by EBJ Jan 2018 12 20:10

Thats neat i wonder who thought that one out ?, must have some caretaker blood flowing through their body. [Wink.png]
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Jan 2018 12 20:31

Post by Keyolder » Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 8:31pm

Post by Keyolder by Keyolder Jan 2018 12 20:31

Clever, beats the heck out of balancing on a stepladder drill in one hand hoover nozzle in the other.
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Re: Magic tool

Jan 2018 12 23:31

Post by Smithy » Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 11:31pm

Post by Smithy by Smithy Jan 2018 12 23:31

Even cheaper solution.....Get a large Post It note. Fold it in half width ways sticking it under where you are drilling....catches the dust and bin it..

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Re: Magic tool

Jan 2018 13 12:07

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Post by EBJ by EBJ Jan 2018 13 12:07

Smithy wrote:
Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 11:31pm
Even cheaper solution.....Get a large Post It note. Fold it in half width ways sticking it under where you are drilling....catches the dust and bin it..
I much prefer using the hoover but have in the past used an envelope stuck to the wall with some tape. [Like.png]
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Re: Magic tool

Jan 2018 15 08:04

Post by seanallen » Mon, 15th Jan 2018, 8:04am

Post by seanallen by seanallen Jan 2018 15 08:04

There cheap as well www.homespare.com ,part number 81349. £1.71
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Jan 2018 15 10:32

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Post by craigus by craigus Jan 2018 15 10:32

I like it. [Like.png]
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Re: Magic tool

Jan 2018 15 11:19

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Post by skirbeck by skirbeck Jan 2018 15 11:19

Smithy wrote:
Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 11:31pm
Even cheaper solution.....Get a large Post It note. Fold it in half width ways sticking it under where you are drilling....catches the dust and bin it..
glad it's not just me who does this!
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Jan 2018 15 11:58

Post by JohnE875 » Mon, 15th Jan 2018, 11:58am

Post by JohnE875 by JohnE875 Jan 2018 15 11:58

Could just drill the holes and leave the mess for the cleaner.
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Re: Magic tool

Jan 2018 15 13:59

Post by seanallen » Mon, 15th Jan 2018, 1:59pm

Post by seanallen by seanallen Jan 2018 15 13:59

You wouldn't say that if you'd met my cleaners John. [Like.png]
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