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dustsheet

Brit a large cloth or sheet used for covering furniture to protect it from dust
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Before you start tiling, put the dustsheets back on to protect the suite.
She said outside her home: "I've got builders in doing work on the house and there was a dustsheet near the door which I fell over.
Did Lesley feel even a flicker of guilt as emergency services strung up dustsheets to preserve the last shred of her daughter's dignity?
Armed with paint, brushes, sandpaper, and dustsheets donated by Carillion's long term preferred paint manufacturer PPG, the volunteers spent a day sanding and painting to create a pleasanter environment in the rooms where the charity meets and holds activities.
Labourer - preparing the site, putting up rails and safety screens, laying dustsheets and separating out re-usable building materials after demolition ?
You could work in one of the following roles: Labourer - preparing the site, putting up rails and safety screens, laying dustsheets and separating out re-usable building materials after demolition Mattockman/woman - stripping out fittings, removing doors and windows, dismantling roof structures Topman/woman - all the tasks above, as well as cutting steel framework at heights, stripping off fragile roofs and instructing others in safe practices.
Stay away between December 21 and January 4, when small phalanxes of Mexicans shaking dustsheets herald the decanting of Beverly Hills into multi-million dollar holiday homes for a fortnight of paparazzi kiss chase, and prices for everything rocket.
Lay fabric dustsheets or old curtains on the floor and ground underneath the window to protect your flooring and catch any shards of glass.
Plaster is mucky stuff and, if you can't remove carpets from around the house, necessitates the covering of all floors with dustsheets ( unless you want to end up with white footprints all over the house, that is.