I just finished a three hour, down-to-the-nub studio cleanup, and I'm reminded of how much I hate trim scrap.
Does anyone have a solid system for keeping bits of trim residue from flying all over the place? It's not bad when the pots are on the softer end of leather hard (you can sort of gather up the trim as it comes off your tool)... but I prefer to trim when things have stiffened a bit. Those scrap fragments fly off, landing in difficult to clean nooks in the studio, adding to dust issues.
I've tried positioning a garbage lid off the side of my wheel, which works to a point. Cumbersome though... and I can't be bothered when I'm in a hurry.
I'd love to encounter a few solutions with a bit more elegance.