Topic: Re: How to paint with standard TSC paint
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I have a few comments I'd like to include having read the other posts, these are just my opinions gathered from previous experience, so they are worth hopefully saving someone from harming their health. When using any paint (spraying that is) ALWAYS wear a respirator, if the paint is catilized (hardened/actvated/urethane), a supplied air respirator is very important as these products contain polyisocyanates that are extreamly hazardous to your health. Also your skin needs to be covered to minimize exposure and beyond that, if you sand, buff or polish newly painted panels (that had hardners) you are adding to the exposure as particals become airborn,(respirator needed). Also if you mix or clean-up such paints without the proper gloves it will be absorbed into your system. No to be "Chicken Little here but hoping to help someone out in advance.
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