Nooooo!!! no sponges. I tried that on the doors after I finished sanding
the hall walls, just moved the dust around into big streaks. I used an
old teatowel. The trick is to use it just wet enough but not dripping,
rinse it regularly and change the water more often than you want to.
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The trick is when clearing up anything like this - and that includes the
cement and grout off tiles - to do ONE wipe, then squeeze and rinse the
sponge dry, and then wipe again..and change the water every half hour or so.
Most of the dust settles out as sediment, which is why you only change
it every ha;f hor.
Even so, a rewipe with clean water after its all done, often gets
another layer off.
But wherever possible if its dry to start with, use a vacuum.
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