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    Default Particulate mask

    Hi
    Could anyone suggest a good particulate mask please? Iíve been asked what Iíd like for Xmas and I really need one of these. Iíve only used the disposable type before. Apart from filing silver, copper etc. I also file air dried clay which produces a lot of dust.
    There are so many to choose from and I donít know where to start. Probably up to around the £25 mark. Many thanks for any suggestions.

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    https://rzmask.com/ your location is a mystery I'm sure if you check the site they will be able to post to you
    I have no affiliation with this company I am just a satisfied customer
    Last edited by china; 03-12-2019 at 01:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbs View Post
    Hi
    Could anyone suggest a good particulate mask please? Iíve been asked what Iíd like for Xmas and I really need one of these. Iíve only used the disposable type before. Apart from filing silver, copper etc. I also file air dried clay which produces a lot of dust.
    There are so many to choose from and I donít know where to start. Probably up to around the £25 mark. Many thanks for any suggestions.
    Here is some information for you, but I guess permanent masks eventually get contaminated, or inefficient. https://www.uvex-safety.com/en/knowl...ction-classes/

    If you are in the UK, I would browse a Leyland paint shop, stay with disposable masks and change them on a regular basis. Dennis

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