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Create a Work Zone When Working on Your Kitchen

In order to proceed with any work in the kitchen or bathroom, remove all furnishings and personal belongings. Give yourself sufficient time to do this, as you might be surprised at all the stuff you have stashed in the back of the cupboards.

Hang drop cloths over all the doors in the area you will be working in and this will help contain the dust. You can also purchase commercial door seals complete with zipper doors.

Seal off the furnace duct also, especially the cold air returns otherwise the furnace blower can spread dust throughout the house if you don't seal the ducts carefully.

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