So if you checked out my other post about gun room floor I will be tumbling and media separating indoors. I think it'd be a pain to run up and down stairs with everything to tumble and separate outside. The problem is that using my Lyman tumbler and the drum and bucket media separator it generates a lot of lead dust that I do not want to breathe in let alone coat the inside of my room with. I have tried the dryer sheets and that doesn't really help at all. The tumbler doesn't really create too much dust it's when I separate the media and brass that there's a huge amount of dust. I think I have thought of just about everything to remedy this. I looked into Ultra Sonic Cleaners but I don't want to complicate and lengthen how long it takes to clean brass especially because I don't care how shiny it is I just want it clean. I also looked at Stainless media which I think would also complicate the issue. I thought about building my own venting chamber to put everything in and tumble using an stove hood as the vent out the window but there has to be a simpler way. I am using walnut and corncob. Any ideas? Thanks again guys!
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That is a good question.
Lets see.... carbon from the burning of powder - yes, crap from what ever the primer spits out - yes, dust from the brass proper - very, very little if any, dirt and other gunk picked up along the way, yep, lead or jacket materials - I don't think so.