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What are some type of small mud looking particles in one spot on your ceiling in an eating area if you recently completed some construction and this is an interior wall?

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Just a guess here but if it's anywhere near the stove it's probably grease from hamburgers or bacon. Try washing them off and see if they reappear later. If they are mud tubes, you may have termites, but not sure if they would appear that quickly.
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