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October 14, 12:04 AM [GMT -5]

Install a lip underneath and install a cheap cookie sheet (or recyle an old one from the kitchen) underneath. Leave at least 1/4" between each board so the mud will fall down on the sheet. Once it dries, you can empty it like you do your vacuum. I have some scraps of carpet which we use to get the final bits of mud and grass. It's better to wipe on the scrap than to clean the mud off the new carpet inside the house.

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