A pail is placed at one end of the vacuum table to collect excess water that drains from a painting during the painting process.  This end of the vacuum table has a drilled hole in it in order to collect the water.  The table is slightly angled on the saw horses so that the water can drain and collect (there is a plank of board 48 inches x 2 inches propped up over the back saw horse in order to angle the table).

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