Dust bunnies in the garage?

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner with Vybe Realty

The daily sweeping of the garage floor got to me today. After sweeping up the mess from grinding, welding etc I noticed a slight film of dust on EVERYTHING ELSE. Well this won't do. Ahhhhhhh I need to get rid of all the grit on the shelves, walls, CEILINGS, tools and stuff. The shop vac was just to much work. Enter the LEAF BLOWER.

 

I opened up the bay doors, turned on the air/dust collector and turned on the blower. Well I have never seen so must STUFF blow of the shelves, car, benches, toolbox, wall and ceilings, compressor and anything else that was heavy enough to withstand the force of the little electric blower! Dust bunnies gone! After the shop was clean I cleaned out the road grit from the other garage, leaves off the deck and patio and then thought, GUTTERS ! Just a tip, ONLY do this on the gutters if they are dry unless you want to be covered in muck. It worked even though they were wet.

Hope the tip helps if you have not already figured this out.

Comments (1)

Lane Bailey
Century 21 Results Realty - Suwanee, GA
Realtor & Car Guy

Blower ghuns on a good air line do a pretty good job of cleaning carpet, too...  But don't do it inside. 

Feb 24, 2009 02:34 PM