Ok so why is the full face mask so much more than the hood? Looks like the hood protects better. Lastly if im painting outside do i still need this system?
CNKS said: (quoted from post at 17:32:40 10/04/12) I have a Hobby air (for 10 years) not the cheapest, not the most expensive. Not a lot of difference between makes as far as I'm concerned. Some have cooler air, the Hobby air gets warm, but you will only be using it a few minutes at a time. Do a Google search and pick the one you like. Get one with a hood, not a half face mask. Get extra lens covers for the hood, only takes a few minutes to mess up the lens. Urethane paints require hardener which has isocyanates, which require supplied air. For everthing else I use a charcoal mask and replace the cartriges when necessary. As for the "suit", I use a tyvec jacket mainly to protect my arms.
This post was edited by FordManiac at 18:12:47 10/04/12.
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