dust sheet

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Noun1.dust sheet - a large piece of cloth used to cover furniture that is not in use for a long perioddust sheet - a large piece of cloth used to cover furniture that is not in use for a long period
piece of cloth, piece of material - a separate part consisting of fabric
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dust sheet

n (Brit) → telo di protezione
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She looked in the pantry under the staircase, and she searched the best spare bedroom that was all covered up with dust sheets.
And it's a good idea to shake out your dust sheets now, so no dust falls on your floor while you're painting.
Laminated dust sheets These are dust sheets with a plastic backing which stops dust, paint splashes and spills from getting on to carpets.
Mrs Cannings said: "We had dust sheets everywhere and literally didn't have anywhere for people to sit.
They stole a large plastic container filled with dust sheets and two bee smok-k ers, worth around PS90.
You will need: Old placemats Newspaper or dust sheets Plasti-kote Fast Dry enamel in chrome Plasti-kote clear varnish spray Tracing paper and pencil Coloured paper/wrapping paper/old sheet music Scissors Glue Wreath card holder will You need: coat Wire hanger Ribbon Pack of 50 wooden pegs paint spray Green beads Wooden or pliers Wire cutters Glue or dust Newspaper sheets Step 1: Lay your dust sheets or newspaper in a well-ventilated area.
From Christmas Crafting in No Time (see below) Christmas placemats You will need: Old placemats Newspaper or dust sheets PlastiKote Fast Dry enamel in chrome PlastiKote clear varnish spray A sheet of tracing paper and a pencil Coloured paper/ wrapping paper/old sheet music Scissors Glue STEP 1: Spread the newspaper or dust sheet out in a well-ventilated area.
But the opening night was tarnished when two as yet unidentified thieves made off with his bag - which was hidden under dust sheets on the second floor - at around 11.
And indeed it seems almost alive, with lopsided door frames, flickering lights and pictures that fall by themselves off the walls; dust sheets that slip without help to the floor and banisters that break at comic moments.
All you need is some dust sheets, filling knife, bucket, sponge, an orbital wallpaper scorer and a wide stripping knife: Remember that stripping wallpaper takes time, as it must be soaked with hot water before you scrape it off.
A REMOVING a fireplace can be very dusty, so clean the chimney, roll back the carpet and lay dust sheets before you start.
Furthermore, the very small deviations from a circular form impose tight constraints on the curvature and inclination of these dust sheets.