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I highly recommend the 3M full face respirator. Not only does it protect your lungs but your eyes as well. No more red irritated eyes from fumes. And the mask does NOT fog up.



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Full mask has to be hot in the summer

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I was thinking about actually trying it
. Would be nice to not have to clean my glasses as much

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Out of curiosity, what do others use for a respirator and eye protection?

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Jacob Hittler wrote:

Out of curiosity, what do others use for a respirator and eye protection?


We have been using this mask for years now. I tried the respirators but end up with so much sweat inside and it's uncomfortable. I checked out the 8576 and feel comfortable with what it does. We can also use one from day to day until it gets too hot and gets sweaty.

This is from 3M. "Recommended applications may include glass etching, chemical processing, paper processing, aluminum smelting, and brewing operations in which particles and nuisance levels of acid gases such as sulphur dioxide, hydrogen fluoride, and/or chlorine may be present."



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I use the same as Brett.



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$39 for 10, Wow

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Are they reusable. Like put them in a Ziploc bag.

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Brian C Jackson wrote:

Are they reusable. Like put them in a Ziploc bag.


My guys just put them on the visor on their side of the truck. Maybe a zip lock is a good idea with their initials. When the come in the box they are only in a thin plastic bag with a trash tie.



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How long do they last

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I don’t know about th ziplock. Seems they really need to dry out??? I use them for a month or more but I try to put it in the truck somewhere it doesn’t get trashed.

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I'm use to the cartridge style but this other style would be nice to try. Or even just have them on the truck

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