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  1. Thank you for all the information! It seems like the basement with a closed area is my best option. It will be small, and really no room to expand, but I think I could manage. I had the same plan about leaving shoes at the door. I will not be using any canvas. I had purchased some hardibacker board for wedging and reclaiming. We have baseboard heat, so the air filters would only apply to the central AC, I believe. It looks like from some other posts that they do not filter particles small enough to help with silica? Also, I will have the basement window, but I am confused about the use
  2. Hello, I am new to ceramics this year and would like some advice on home studio safety. I have taken several classes and have now purchased a wheel to throw at home. I am very concerned with safety. My options for a studio at home are a sun porch or the basement. The sun porch can be closed from the rest of the house for the most part, but is usually walked through to get to the back yard and patio in the warmer weather. It has great light and would be pleasant to work in, but can be cold (lowest 55 degrees to keep pipes unfrozen) or hot depending on time of year. The basement is unfinishe
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