Spider-Man 2099 Helmet WIP/Need Some Safety Advice

Venomsuit

Member
I am currently working on my first build.
It is a Spider-Man 2099 Helmet made from EVA foam.
Since I am going to be working with glues, plastidip, spray paint, and a lot of sanding I was wondering if this mask would be suitable for protecting me from the mentioned
http://www.walmart.com/ip/3M-Half-Facepiece-Respirator-6000-Series-Reusable-Medium/21779008

Or does that only cover vapor and I would have to get a separate mask for sanding?

I should have my first couple of WIP pictures up within 2 days.
 

Act4life

New Member
you should be fine with that mask, most of the time if you work in a well ventilated area (outdoors) masks aren't required, but it always pays to be safe, you will need to wear goggles that create a seal around your eyes for when you do your sanding though.
 

Venomsuit

Member
you should be fine with that mask, most of the time if you work in a well ventilated area (outdoors) masks aren't required, but it always pays to be safe, you will need to wear goggles that create a seal around your eyes for when you do your sanding though.

I usually work late at night, so going outside is probably a no go. I was playing on using pool goggles in addition to the mask.
Thanks for your input!
 
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