A Dust Mask for Your Circular Saw
For those of you who occasionally cut bricks and concrete blocks with framing saws, consider fabricating a “dust mask” for your circular saw. It’s easy to do. Here’s how:
To avoid abrasive dust being drawn over the motor windings, simply pull an old sock over the motor housing. The sock will serve as a temporary dust filter.
— S. J. Chant, Wyalusing, Pa.
Tips & Techniques provided by Fine Homebuilding.
©2005 The Taunton Press
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