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    hehe yeah no prob. Good luck with your install.

    Wear a respirator and save yer balls! (or ovaries in your case i guess hehehe)

    /carries a radioactive keychain in his pocket so doesn't have that much room to talk
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    /rofl....dude, i like your couches...
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    Just remember that these warnings are the same for the people that work with these products daily, and in the all american way rather to avoid lawsuits (or maybe it's me that had to much of it killing my common-sense system, as if I ever had one )

    Really, if you are talking about vapour, dustmasks won't suffice to block it, as it is as thin as air. For sanding it might do...

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    is this post impotant anough to make it sticky? i think so...
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    thanks though of all my projects I have to say that the one i prefer most is

    VENDING MENACE!

    /mmmmmm beer
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    What kind of mask should we wear for ethanol then?

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    Blah, I don't have money to buy that stuff. lol im in the process of waiting for it to dry right now. I am working out on the deck and its very breezy, i dont even smell the fumes hardly ever
    CarPC install is starting to come along again...

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    A mask is generally not recommended for ethanol, but you will find that after prolonged exposure you discover you have been wearing protective beer goggles.

    Side effects include waking up next to something hideous, but may result in conditions as serious as unwanted children.
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    well, to be honest, I always do this kind of work in a room with a big door open, no masks/respirators/diving equipment whatsoever... As long as it's not on a daily basis, I think i 'll rather die from smoking or driving/flying

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    LOL gork, that's a good one

    I think ethanol makes one forget about some particular rubber one-fingered glove sometimes...

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