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dustsheet

(ˈdʌstˌʃiːt)
n
(Textiles) Brit a large cloth or sheet used for covering furniture to protect it from dust or from splashes during redecoration. Also called: dust cover or dustcloth
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Living under the influence of a Scot, she's decided against paying pounds 30 for a plastic undersheet, opting instead for a pounds 2 dustsheet from Homebase.
Rainy weather, soon after their arrival, means that the children are confined indoors and during a game of hide and seek, Lucy (Georgie Henley), the youngest child, comes across a large room with a solitary piece of tall furniture covered with a satiny dustsheet.
That's like buying a Renoir and keeping it hidden under a dustsheet in the garage.
Harris, the paintbrush people, now make it easier to cover up your room during DIY projects with a dustsheet made from absorbent paper and plastic which prevents paint from damaging fabrics and furniture beneath.
To solve the problem, cover the floor under the bleed value (usually at the side of the radiator) with newspaper or a dustsheet, insert a radiator key or small screwdriver and carefully turn it until you hear air escaping.
Putting a simple dustsheet down or opening up the cardboard packing your furniture came in and laying it down will not only protect your furniture's finished faces but also your floor covering.
Motorists and pedestrians could not fail to have realised something big is happening behind the designer dustsheet that has been pulled across the front of the development, as it is seen from Suffolk Street, Queensway.
To solve the problem, cover the floor under the bleed valve (usually at the side of the radiator) with newspaper or a dustsheet, insert a radiator key or small screwdriver and carefully turn it until you hear air escaping.
Use a thick dustsheet or blanket to protect the surface of the suite while you're working.
Although only you really know if the latest story is true - that you simply tripped over a builder's dustsheet and temporarily knocked yourself out - or if it was something much less simple.