Safety when painting and using different tools on the job
When CMT aired Trick my Truck, Ryno Templeton was the painter for the show. Painting your bus in the outdoors is great because the fumes from the paint goes up in the air. But what I saw him wear was a respirator mask with a heavy rubber seal to keep fumes from entering the nasal passages. He painted the trucks on that show in paint booth and what he did was that he turned on an exhaust fan, then he would put on his respirator, then he would open the can of paint. He made sure that opening the can of paint was the last thing to do since there a ton of fumes waiting to escape. Some of the Trick my Truck episodes can be ordered on a disk. I think it's either a data disk or a 20-minute DVD. I also saw face shields which are also good for when it comes to cutting like cutting the seats out and welding. Last thing we need in converting a skoolie or restoring a school bus is for some of us to get injured on the job.