February 27, 2007

ZipWall Spring Loaded Poles - Review

zipwall.jpgAre you sick of your family yelling about dust every time you do even the smallest project in the house? We are, or rather, we were until we discovered the Zipwall Spring Loaded Poles . Now we have the capabilities of putting up a dust barrier in seconds and containing all of our dust and construction debris in one area.

The standard ZipWall pack comes with two telescoping poles with a foot on one end and a safe, non-marring pad on the other. The principal is simple; clamp a sheet of plastic on the top end and pressure fit the pole from floor to ceiling. Viola! No more sawdust on the curtains.

At first, we felt this product to be a bit on the expensive side; a set of two goes for about $120, but when you realize how fast, easy, and helpful they are, it’s really a small price to pay.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 27, 2007 5:30 AM

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