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  1. spideyjg

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    Posted 11 years ago
    Mon Jul 14 2008 14:22:19
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    For those of us doing follow up work it would be helpful to have suggestions from the pros on the type of PPE we should use.

    I used an N95 mask when spreading DE but wonder if that was the best choice.

    Certainly every treatment product may vary but a baseline would be nice.

    Jim

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    Posted 11 years ago
    Tue Jul 15 2008 11:24:59
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    Facemask - something good for fine particles.

    Goggles - to protect eyes from dust and splash.

    Gloves - to make sure that nothing goes from hand to mouth after treatment.

    With regards specific recommendations read what you are using and make sure the filters meet the technical requirements for the products you are using. Outside of that gloves use disposable ones and rest of the PPE is very much budget dependent, using it every day we learn not to skimp and cut corners with health and safety.

    David

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