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Synonyms for drop cloth

a curtain that can be lowered and raised onto a stage from the flies

a large piece of cloth laid over the floor or furniture while a room is being painted

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Comments: A drop cloth shelter is economical, versatile, lightweight, and easy to construct.
The ladder, tools and drop cloth were part of a display tied to the home equity loan promotion going on.
EconoGreen products come in all shapes and sizes, from trash and contractor bags to drop cloths.
Large Trash Bags -- Tall Kitchen Bags -- Garage and Automotive Bags -- Contractor Bags -- Lawn and Leaf Bags -- Drop Cloths
Fiberglass drapes, with the linings removed and used elsewhere, make good drop cloths for painting, garden covers, etc.
Place drop cloths where paints drips may fall and move them as the job progresses.
Maintain Clean Work Sites And Use Water-proof Drop Cloths Or Other Coverings To Prevent Damage Or Staining To The Interior Of A Building Or Its Contents.
That's why we maintain a clean worksite by using shoe covers and drop cloths to protect your home.
Now our Coveralls and Drop Cloths come in the same bright yellow packaging, so contractors and DIY-ers can easily find our quality products in the marketplace.
Adjacent to these works were two used canvas drop cloths pinned floor to ceiling, side by side, each with a large circle cut out of its center.
But the contractor could not claim a credit for items such as brushes, rollers, masking tape, drop cloths, paint thinners, and solvents, because they' re not transferred to the customer or in-corporated into the property.
Her garage studio looks like a safari tent, with white canvas drop cloths used as drapes and a computer desk made from wooden shelves covered in canvas from Hold Everything.
Specifically, in regard to outdoor loading and unloading, the EPA recommends that steps be taken to: 1) confine loading/unloading activities to a designated response and control area; 2) avoid loading/unloading materials in the rain; 3) cover loading/unloading areas or conduct these activities indoors; 4) develop and implement spill plans; 5) use berms or dikes around loading/unloading areas; 6) inspect containers for leaks or damage prior to loading; 7) use catch buckets, drop cloths and other spill prevention measures; and 8) provide paved areas to enable easy collection of spills.
The perfect painter's tool kit also includes rollers, paint brushes, trays, a putty knife or 5-in-1 tool, gloves, drop cloths and a tape measure and level for certain design techniques.
Provide drop cloths to prevent paint materials from falling on or marring adjacent surfaces.