Chris P Posted December 6, 2008 Author Share Posted December 6, 2008 That's a good point. I should tell my Dad about this thread, he's pretty safe, but sometimes he thinks he's invincible when it comes to safety and protecting himself. The thing is that when you breathe in toxicity, you may not even know it, and you can't feel it, so you think you're fine and continue on as you are. But those toxins stay in the body and wreck havoc later on. Your not kidding here. When I was welding without the ventilator I never even really noticed the smoke until I looked around the room and saw the haze. The first time I used it I kinda forgot about the smoke and took it off when I was finished (before I went out side). I couldn't believe the difference between the filtered air and the air in the garage. The reality really set in, in those first few breaths. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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