I'm looking for opinions and/or experience. Contractors came into my apartment unit to sand and seal my parquet flooring in my bedroom this past Wednesday. I covered up all my gear and components with drop sheets and garbage bags to protect my valuable ht system in my living room and my ht equipment in my bedroom which is stored in my small dining area.
These contractors I would've hoped brought their own plastic barriers to contain the fine dust. I left them a note as well to keep the door closed at all times to contain the fine dust so it doesn't spread everywhere. Long story short they did neither and didn't even leave the window open. Came home and you can tell there was fine wood dust on my plastic drop sheets, tote boxes and some dust outside the entrance of my bedroom door. Bedroom window was closed and the smell of polyurethane was really strong. I opened all windows, turned on my fan, closed my bedroom door and left my plastic drop sheets on my equipment. Yesterday I started removing the drop sheets ever so carefully from my equipment as I felt the dust had settled.
My question to the forum. Is this dust be harmful to ht equipment? I have Def tech speakers and i noticed a film of dust on the bottom on the sock. I wiped it off but started to get concerned that this dust will cause damage later on down the road. Any thoughts or suggestions and/or experience with this type of situation? My heat vents is central air located near my ceiling. They are back to back vents meaning one leads to my common areas and the other blows air into my bedroom. Will this need to be vacuumed out as well to get rid of any dust that may have settled there. When I turn the heat on I really can't see any fine dust but doesn't mean it's not present.
I have an all Def Tech speaker setup that is why I posted here.
Thanks all for your comments.