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Re: Marine Paint vs Automotive

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Originally Posted by MarkSF View Post
If you're spraying polyurethane, you'd better have a really good respirator, or you're going to die.
By really good he means a supplied air respirator - basically scuba gear. Two part poly paints have cyanide in them - the gas used in gas chambers - amongst other major nasties.

Think Bhopal.

For your first attempt I agree with using Brightside or another one-part paint.
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