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Old 03-13-2007, 03:31 PM
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Got my car painted today *PICS*

Dupont chromabase and 7779S clear. color is '68 GM Fathom Blue. The cowl was painted yesterday and has been buffed. The body will be buffed tomorrow. everything worked out real well, the dupont paint lays down real nice and flat.





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looks good I'm shooting chroma base clear as we speak. just waiting thflash time. I like the fact that you can sand and buff to take out small imperfections
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:42 PM
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Does the guy in the pics often spray without a resperator. NOT GOOD!


Will look great after it's color sanded and buffed.
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Looks good! It must be nice to finally get to that point. Hopefully I will know the feeling one day.
I am with 50 Chevy PU. I think a lot of that paint causes brain damage. One day you might just realize that your hands won't do what your head wants them to do. That sounds like fun.
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Nice choice in color!
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spraying urathane without a mask ? thats insane guy.
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Looks good!
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spraying urathane without a mask ? thats insane guy.
I know, I tried to tell him... some people are hard headed. I wore a new respirator, safety glass and long sleeves.

Only thing that might help is he has a good downdraft booth... I know its still no good. This guy has been painting for 40 years... go figure.
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He's standing in a cloud of death with no respirator. I hope no one follows this example. Brain injury if the least of the worries. Isocyanates cause an immune system response, particularly in the lungs. The consequence can be lifelong disability from lung disease and damage or even death.


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Am J Ind Med. 2005 Jul;48(1):78-84. Links
Asthma death after spraying polyurethane truck bedliner.Chester DA, Hanna EA, Pickelman BG, Rosenman KD.
Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, MIFACE, Michigan State University, 117 West Fee Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824-1315, USA. debra.chester@ht.msu.edu

BACKGROUND: Isocyanate exposure is the most common cause of work-related asthma. In 2003, a male in his mid-40s died of an acute asthmatic reaction approximately 1 hr after he sprayed the inside of a cargo van with an isocyanate-containing truck bedliner. This is the first reported death attributable to this type of isocyanate application. METHODS: The Michigan Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (MIFACE) program investigated this work-related fatality to identify the factors that contributed to his death. The investigation included site visits, personal interviews, and a review of pertinent documents. RESULTS: Factors contributing to his death included: the vehicle type; lack of engineering controls; lack of a company safety and health program, including a personal protective equipment program, medical monitoring, and employee training; and a lack of recognition of work-relatedness of the deceased's respiratory problems by a health care provider. CONCLUSIONS: This work-related fatality investigation demonstrates the need for isocyanate manufacturers/formulators to inform end users of their products of appropriate health and safety work practices associated with new technologies. In addition, health care providers need more education and assistance to recognize and manage work-related asthma. Published 2005 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

PMID: 15940723 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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Car looks great,nice color......
I've heard rumors that here in Canada,you wont be able to buy paint unless you have a license of some kind,not sure of all details.
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