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Old 02-13-2006, 10:44 PM   #1
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Looking for Industrial Safety Supplies that are reasonably priced !

Like the Title says.... Some of you know I Polish aluminum and Anodize. Been doing it for a while now, thing of it is..... I just recently developed an allergy to an additive in one of the waxes used in the buffing compounds, And to be totaly honest I have tried other compounds and had results.


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Problem is this particular Hood is $350.00
I need something with a Wide clear lens like this, all the comfort jazz is not necessary as it will be on and off alot through the course of a piece. Seen one at NorthernTools website for $19.99 but it just doesnt have the Viewing range i would need...looks like I would be seeing through a porthole.


So anyone here have a hook-up at a local shop ? or know of one ?
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Old 02-13-2006, 10:53 PM   #2
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I know the place...Lobo Ill get on it tomorrow morning..keep lookin just in case
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lol could you polish and anadoize the case for a razr for me?
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i know if you're using a supplied air hood when it's hot outside, it sucks. To cool it off, coil some of the air supply hose in a bucket and fill it with ice water, and it feels like ac blowing in your hood. Working offshore, i used to wear those hoods for up to 6-8 hours straight, and that cool air helps. ill let ya know if i run across anything
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i know if you're using a supplied air hood when it's hot outside, it sucks. To cool it off, coil some of the air supply hose in a bucket and fill it with ice water, and it feels like ac blowing in your hood. Working offshore, i used to wear those hoods for up to 6-8 hours straight, and that cool air helps. ill let ya know if i run across anything

Neat..... the heat isnt bad this time of year and shop is air conditioned, its the Wax residue that cakes up on your face that the allergy is coming from.... leave my skin almost burned and looking like a serious sunburn. Just need to keep the off my face and still be able to see what I am doing.
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Swift, you're the man! good looking out. Lobo, i'm gonna hit u up in the pm's later b/c i have a few questions, thanks
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We used to use Sams Safety off Hempstead for some of our stuff years back. Give them a try.


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