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Yeah, I figured it's a marketing exercise but I wrote to them anyway just to see what really qualifies as "protection". I've been rolling the 3M ones for a while now, I don't reckon they give you much protection from 2k. I've only shot it a couple times when I needed to use an epoxy. I was outside and upstream from the spray and I still reckon it got me despite being covered head to toe.

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Hi fellas. Wanting to paint my trailer. Its been painted before but it starting to show surface rust. Whats the best kind of paint to give it a coat of paint for cheap.  Wanting something hearty . Not to concerned about finish 

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7 hours ago, IvyMike said:

Yeah, I figured it's a marketing exercise but I wrote to them anyway just to see what really qualifies as "protection". I've been rolling the 3M ones for a while now, I don't reckon they give you much protection from 2k. I've only shot it a couple times when I needed to use an epoxy. I was outside and upstream from the spray and I still reckon it got me despite being covered head to toe.

From what I researched up, they for the most part do, but they can't say they do because if a bloke painting for a living uses them and gets cancer they will get sued and it's not worth it.

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Decent filters will be good protection for a small time user along with glasses, gloves and overalls

 

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1 hour ago, mutiny said:

Hi fellas. Wanting to paint my trailer. Its been painted before but it starting to show surface rust. Whats the best kind of paint to give it a coat of paint for cheap.  Wanting something hearty . Not to concerned about finish 

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Spooge this on?

https://www.bunnings.co.nz/dy-mark-1l-zinc-gal-metal-protection-paint_p01580763

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