What else do you need? Goggles like swimming goggles that completely
seal the eyes, at any store that sells swimming stuff has them cheap,
a real respirator for dust, not just a dust mask. A cloth painters
hood used for spraying paint, it covers your head. Ive seen guys
sawing and someone else is using a leaf blower to keep the cutter from
being engulfed in dust. The dust is real nasty. If you can hook up a
garden hose to keep the brick wet that is best. My neighbor had a
contractor doing pavers, the dust coated cars 80ft away and it coated
1/2 the windows on my house. Water is best to keep everyone happy.
You really jump to conclusions, don't you? Most tile saws are wet saws. So
no, I do not need a total OSHA MSHA PPE HAZMAT outfit. I will wear safety
Fine silica dust inhaled is about the worst work hazard there is, and it is
preventable, and very obvious. Yet, how many of us have cut a brick or
twenty with dry saws? I'd say a high %.
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