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  • #31
    As the sun goes down, use a "dusk" mask, I could care less.
    In my shop, a "dust" mask is quite important on "dusty" days.
    I've waited long enough for a Mod to make the correction.
    Bad spelling tarnishes the forum.

    I'm not immune to misspellings but I catch what I can.
    Brian T

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    • #32
      Thanks, Brian - I try to correct the ones that would prevent the search engine from finding the thread...
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      • #33
        Thanks, Claude. This is a big long thread about dusts and masking, not one to miss in any search.
        Brian T

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        • #34
          Hi Brian , sorry for the Type Error , will be more Careful in the Future . Merle

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          • #35
            That's OK. As the thread grew and grew, I realized that a search for "dust" would miss it completely.
            Brian T

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            • #36
              If you need dust masks....they are going down in price, in fact, I would not be shocked if they go on sale due to overstock. As the pandemic mellows out they are not selling them. Might be a good time to stock up if they drop in price more. With the cost of everything else major going up the last few months...be worth consideration.

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