the dangers of waterproofing sprays

  1. Oh dear, does anyone have any idea if AG uses the toxic chemical? I mean, all those little water-repelling particles that float towards my face couldn't have been any good.

    Guess its time to slap a SARS mask on, but I don't think this'll stop me from rain-guarding. Just need to apply more carefully.

    Thanks bama!
     
  2. ^^ you're welcome RERE!!! :cutesy:
     
  3. Thanks for the article.

    I might have to don a HazMat suit now along with an Israeli gas mask
    . :ninja:




     
  4. ^^ you're welcome layla :okay:
     
  5. I'm use AG outside only. I get upwind from it, use a mask and let it dry outside for about an hour. A lot of aerosols are bad for you. A mask is a good idea for any. Great article, thanks for posting. I wonder how many people end up in emergency rooms or hospitals and don't realize what caused it.
     
  6. That's interesting PP as I just said this directly above in post #4.:push:



     
  7. Wow! I'm glad I didn't use my AppleGard spray yet, given that I already have asthma to deal with. I'll make sure to get a mask before I use it. Thanks for posting this.
     
  8. Yes, kimberf, it's a good idea to wear a mask and spray outdoors. These are solvents and the chemicals are anything but benign! Actually I recommended this awhile ago back in July 2006. One cannot be too safe with these sprays.:idea:




     
  9. Thanks for the info. I didn't know that.