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  1. Hi, I'm trying to find a covering I could use to cover the table I use at my home studio for my ceramics. What I currently have is small square plywood piece that is covered with canvas that I took with me from my college before it closed for quarantine. I've grown used to the canvas covered tables that were at my college that this square board is too small for me. So I'm trying to make a home studio so I can continue working. Though, I'm lost at what to cover my table with. I don't think I want canvas because I don't like the amount of dust and it's not super easy to clean. I've looked into SlabMats, but I saw that it gets bad after a while with the constant contact to moisture. What are some suggestions you can give me? I would like it to be absorbent like canvas, but I'm open to any suggestions. Thanks!
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