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JT1
11-01-2011, 06:40 PM
OK, I'm just about all hooked up. I bought a garden hose wall hanger to put on the wall to coil up the unused hose, and to keep the hose on between uses. Is that the best way?

I think this is the one I actually bought:
http://lh4.googleusercontent.com/public/Z6qcoGI77Fl0rCKaY4LTnlSaj0uS8BSTQYGk3rTbObu8xblPrg AA8kTRhcdJCo6tkHiluyJgX6ZDw64mudiRcCyH5VSCkSqY_UXr 9nhYzE1klnyZuLlEMK8eTF6zWF9-Mw_-YzvDh3JCrpp267F3kghBNbKwAJ5-aOKDhJruqG-47qVjmKqxy2-EilgKWApXwdRfMT2BmbeWRgVCNbCheYEkiFrYdXNnWUm5uixpH fD4EbWaloLYdW7y9iet1VRzypaeOB92uyC1XJQ8x606ubPeYKB 32n-WugoFQQd1OR4RszzZI4rV

How do you get in and out of the door with the mask on? Mount some sort of hook to hold it just on the other side of the door so you can open the door, reach in and grab the mask, pull it out, put it on, walk in then close the door?

I guess it should be in a baggy or something while it hangs in there between coats, etc?

Len
11-01-2011, 07:19 PM
OK, I'm just about all hooked up. I bought a garden hose wall hanger to put on the wall to coil up the unused hose, and to keep the hose on between uses. Is that the best way?

I think this is the one I actually bought:
http://lh4.googleusercontent.com/public/Z6qcoGI77Fl0rCKaY4LTnlSaj0uS8BSTQYGk3rTbObu8xblPrg AA8kTRhcdJCo6tkHiluyJgX6ZDw64mudiRcCyH5VSCkSqY_UXr 9nhYzE1klnyZuLlEMK8eTF6zWF9-Mw_-YzvDh3JCrpp267F3kghBNbKwAJ5-aOKDhJruqG-47qVjmKqxy2-EilgKWApXwdRfMT2BmbeWRgVCNbCheYEkiFrYdXNnWUm5uixpH fD4EbWaloLYdW7y9iet1VRzypaeOB92uyC1XJQ8x606ubPeYKB 32n-WugoFQQd1OR4RszzZI4rV

How do you get in and out of the door with the mask on? Mount some sort of hook to hold it just on the other side of the door so you can open the door, reach in and grab the mask, pull it out, put it on, walk in then close the door?

I guess it should be in a baggy or something while it hangs in there between coats, etc?

That's exactly what I have to hang my hose on.

When I leave the room I unplug the hose from my belt and walk out with the hood on my head. I usually drop my hose near the exhaust fan so that the air from the hose blows out of the room and doesn't stir up any dust.