Turning Archive 2004

Subject:
CA fumes

keith zimmerman, Normal, IL
>I was applying a very liberal amount of thin CA to a blank last night and got hit face-first with a massive dose of the fumes. As I backed away and headed outside for some fresh air, I got to wondering if that was a good thing. I said, "self, that can't be good for you. If you are going to be doing this with any kind of regularity, you should invest in some kind of mask or resperator."

Now, question is, what kind of mask/respirator would be best for use for CA glue fumes?

Any comments or opininions are welcome. I think I want to live long enough to see 54, so I will making a purchase soon.

Thanks in advance.

keithz

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