Dust Bee GoneTM Nuisance Dust Mask
A Dust Mask That Works For Me
I've been taking dust a lot more seriously since a doctor told me that inhaling wood dust was actually more dangerous than smoking. But, even though Iíve been conscious of the problem and set up various fans and fan-and-filter systems, I've never managed to invest in a decent dust collection system.
Iíve relied on masks Ė mostly disposable paper ones or rubber-like things with paper filters - but my good intentions always ended up in a heap on the floor when my glasses fogged up and I couldn't see what I was doing.
That's all changed since I bought a Dust Bee Gone mask from woodturner and designer Paula Nicks during the AAQ Symposium in Akron, OH last year.
Not only had the mask eliminated my turner's cough, it is lightweight, fairly cool and can be adjusted so that my glasses don't fog up. The nose clip and the cloth straps with Velcro fasteners make adjustments easy. That means I can wear it all day, even when I'm doing things that don't produce much dust.
The manufacturer says the material in the masks is an interlaced monofilament structure that's effective against non-toxic dusts: all that means to me is that it works and is washable. A simple with water and mild soap, rinse and twirl it with your hand a little to dry and I start the next day with a clean mask. No more trying to stretch those nasty paper ones one more day!
Be sure to always wear your Dust Bee GoneTM Nuisance Dust Mask too! It's guaranteed to not fog your glasses!
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