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Nicky

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#1 posted 01-29-2014 12:14 AM

Take a peek here for a “quicky” explanation

http://tip.frikafrax.com/2011/01-3217/proper-respirator-for-spraying-solvent-based-paint.html

Then, go to the manufacturers website and look for the Materials Safety Data Sheet, also known as the MSDS. This document will spell out the proper filters required for working with the product. Here is an example.

http://pc.dupont.com/dpc/en/US/html/visitor/common/pdfs/b/product/dr/MSDS/US_en_GNRC_2-1_RFN.pdf

When you know what type of protection is required, then finding the solution is easy.

A lot of variables here….

Are you spraying a small project, with a spray can outdoors? Are your spraying many pieces in a confined space? Your OP is too open ended to give a proper response. A little more detail would be helpful and get you the response you’re looking for.

-- Nicky


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