|10-24-2006 04:38 PM|
There are goggles available at most paint stores for about $15. If you have an overlap problem, put the goggles under the mask. The air supply will have positive pressure, that should keep the paint out of it. Or, you may consider attaching the two more permanently, to avoid any leeks at the top of your nose.
|10-20-2006 07:25 AM|
SAS Half Mask
I just bought a SAS half mask unit from a friend for $150. I think it was a pretty good deal. However, I am concerned about protecting my eyes from the ISO's. What do you guys recommend when using a half mask?