<VV> Paint opinions
tony.underwood at cox.net
Wed Dec 5 19:04:40 EST 2007
At 05:59 PM 12/5/2007, corvairduval at cox.net wrote:
>It sure will! It is just slower! And the precautions necessary to keep from
>dying are easier to perform.
I've seen lacquer guys grow old and gray and all that happened to
them was they just got a little bit batty sometimes... hard to
determine if it was just their personality or the results of
clearcoated brain cells.
...As I've mentioned a time or three, I've also come aware of several
paint guys here in town who are gone now, cancer, before they ever
got a chance to go gray, all with liver issues. It's enough to
make a guy go out and buy a space suit.
Urethanes are a lot more treacherous than acrylic lacquers... so far
so good, nothing wront wiff me yit... but I still try to remain
upwind when I spray anything, lacquer included, and I wear those
silly masks that don't do much except keep paint dust off the nose
hairs. Frankly, I'd be a bit nervous about shooting urethanes,
even if outside with a mask.
I'll remain a lacquer holdout for as long as practical.
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