My thoughts exactly. If it is unfaced, then I might say it's unpossible
(nothing is impossible for an obsessive-compulsive with some tweezers)
If the OP is determined, I might suggest a leaf blower (assuming the soot
is not a toxic pollutant). Best yet, put in another layer of insulation and
cover it up.
On May 9, 4:32 pm, email@example.com wrote:
problem may be asbestos content subject to the roofing type. but
otherwise in theory: while wearing an osha approved respirator and
enclosed safety goggles and a disposable coverall hand protection and
foot covering: set up shop vac with hepa filter outdoors. suck thru
favorite sized attachment but run the suck hose thru a y connector
with adjustable shutoff or partial duct tape on the open y leg, so you
can reduce suction to the level needed for the task.
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