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Old 09-21-2010, 10:00 AM
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With inadequate airflow even new activated carbon filters will quickly become saturated and useless. You have inhaled dangerous levels of isocyanate's and you need to seek medical attention. That stuff will catalyze in your lungs.

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After using a forced air flow full face mask over normal cartige masks, the difference is unbeatable. You get the cool fresh air across your face that cuts down on sweat in your eyes, prevents fog on your glasses and generally keeps you fume free if you have a good seal.
What full face mask do you use? The ones I have looked at wont fit over eyeglasses and require that you get special lenses made for an optional eyepiece that is made for the mask.
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i use bullard hoods. i cant stand the mask at all. hoods are cheap and disposable. you get cool air at your neck which helps keep you cool. i can wear my walkman under it and listen to tunes while i paint.
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new paints are BAD

new low VOC paints made the situation worse. In the old days the fumes did not cause as much damage to you, \THEY WERE STILL DANGEROUS. a little bit of the fumes would evaporate out of your lungs, when you breathed. they would still make you dizzy, cause liver damage. etc.
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