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    Re: Experiences with paints/gel coats??

    When I get to the shop in the morning I will grab a part number. We use one mask for everything we do and it works very well. We use epoxy, urethane, acrylic enamel, and who knows what else. I have never smelled anything.

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    Re: Experiences with paints/gel coats??

    Quote Originally Posted by comerz1 View Post
    When I get to the shop in the morning I will grab a part number. We use one mask for everything we do and it works very well. We use epoxy, urethane, acrylic enamel, and who knows what else. I have never smelled anything.
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    Re: Experiences with paints/gel coats??

    That is a possibility David! Especially after 22 years of heavy smoking. Quit in June, can actually smell again.

    Sorry for the delay, got sidetracked this morning. The 3m mask I use is part number 37079. It uses an organic vapor cartridge part number 6001. I misquoted, I pay about 44.00 for this mask but it has replaceable cartridges. Hope that helps! Also if not available locally look up auto body tool mart, their prices are fairly reasonable.

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    Re: Experiences with paints/gel coats??

    Thank you, and no worries about delay. I just got in from wet sanding the other tank and other misc. parts. I'mma look up these numbers and see what I can find. Thanks for the info!

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    Re: Experiences with paints/gel coats??

    Yes sir no problem. In case my previous post didn't make sense, the mask comes with the cartridge filters for that price.

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    Re: Experiences with paints/gel coats??

    [QUOTE=comerz1;81853]Looks way better than I expected it to! As for a mask, you can get a 3m mask with the cartridges for about 25.00 that will keep you safe from the fumes. Be advised they come in different sizes and a lot of times medium will be all they keep in stock. I use a large, takes a lot to cover up all of this ugly![/QUOTE]

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    Re: Experiences with paints/gel coats??

    This has been very enlightening. Have there been any updates? I'm thinking that I'm going to wind up repainting my float and have lots of crazy (and some silly) ideas, and want to see how all these other projects came out.
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