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Re: Who makes a good facemask?

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10-22-2012 03:13:05

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You may or may not be doing it, and it may be the last thing you wanna do/hear, but a few bucks on some hearing protection is gonna be money well spent and will see that your quality of life and people skills stays good starting a few years down the road.... Typing this to the tune of bells and whistles.....

Here ya go..... You'll be the posterchild for safety and not sweat behind or have a scratched plastic mask..
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10-22-2012 19:40:13

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 Re: Who makes a good facemask? in reply to dave2, 10-22-2012 03:13:05  
For grinding a mesh face guard for a chainsaw would be almost useless. Sparks would go right through and it doesn't cover as much as full face shield.

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10-22-2012 08:13:47

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 Re: Who makes a good facemask? in reply to dave2, 10-22-2012 03:13:05  
Haha, thanks Dave!

When Im working alone 9 times out of 10 I listen to music through noise-cancling earbuds. When I grind or run the chop saw, they stop the noise but you cant really hear any music. So, if I've got a lot of grinding or cutting to do, I put a pair of husqvarna ear muffs over them.

They are SWEET. I don't even know how long I've had them, years at least. They were probably designed for using a weed eater or something based on the name, but they've held up to abuse in my shop exceptionally well. I wear them plasma cutting, and honestly cant even tell if the air compressor is running or not.

Thanks Dave :)

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