...warm days are here in Denver, 50's or 60's. Had the garage doors open to
do a little sweeping, when I decided to take the Tim Allen approach and
exchange the broom for the leaf blower.
After blowing the dirt and grime out, I decided to point the blower over at
the workshop side of the garage!
I learned a couple of things:
- fine saw dust can stay suspended for a long time
- fine saw dust does not respond well to any attempt to direct it's travel
via a leaf blower
- about 5% of the pegs on a pegboard aren't really stuck-on all that well
All in all, that side of the garage seems cleaner. But I wonder if it's more
of a zero-sum game, in that all I did was spread it around?