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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyz View Post
    There is an old saying that we came from dust and when the lights go out we return to dust (eventually) so on that reasoning the dust around me house and shed could be someone I know, would hate to disturb them therefore dusting is not done around our place.
    I'm with you Tony. Since the missus started getting real frail I've taken on more of the domestic duties -

    Dust and I have an understanding - I don't both it and it doesn't bother me

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    I leave the dust in my shed for a couple of reasons, one, when someone breaks in, they'll have their footprint or shoe size, 2, somewhere to write sizes or phone numbers.
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    Sheet of polycarbonate. Allows light but blurred view from outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGrain View Post
    Sheet of polycarbonate. Allows light but blurred view from outside.
    Cobwebs can have the same effect.

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    I'd steer clear of venitians unless you like tedious cleaning, the frosted blind option is easier to keep clean and you can get self adhesive frosted window covering on eBay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mature one View Post
    you can get self adhesive frosted window covering
    frosted film works well, I used it on the glass doors at the end of the shed.

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    hells bells that is some sort of security... I hope, glad I dont live in your neck of the woods.
    Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.

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