Contamination of Textured Grain

Contamination of Textured Grain

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Uninstalled planks compared to installed planks

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Drywall dust under heat vent

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Drywall/construction dust

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Drywall/construction dust

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Drywall/construction dust

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Drywall/construction dust

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Dust turns to a paste when wet

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Drywall/construction dust

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Drywall/construction dust

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Drywall/construction dust

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Drywall/construction dust

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Viewed under magnification

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Drywall/construction dust

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Cleaned area

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What you need to know

Construction and drywall dust contamination of Handscraped, Wire Brushed, Textured, Open Grain, or Beveled Edge products is becoming more common as these products see increased popularity and use. Proper installation, protection, and maintenance procedures are necessary on these styles to prevent contamination in the textured grain areas. Contamination of textured grain areas can occur as a result of

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