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Old 10-11-2006, 09:03 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by burbs
when i sand my chassis, i do it wet under cold runing water.. no duct period.. no ill efect on the CF either.. ive done it for years,..

Ive also cut alot fo stuff.. If your arms do manage to itch, make sure when you wash them you use cold water.. warm or hot water opens the pores on your skin, and the dust goes deeper.. ive tred it and it works.. i

i use a msk
wear some sort of rubber gloves.
i got a wleding suit from work to cover my arms and clothing
and i also wear a hat.. i look like im ready for a snowbal fight.. but it keeps you from itching or breathing in bad stuff..

Ive also found a dremel is the worst for cutting.. it throws al the dust into the air.. for large stuff i use a small table jig saw.. get a super fine bit, or use a cable type.. it work much better and it pulls the dust down, and its easier to hook a vacume to..

LOL don't cut with Dremel???I just ordered a Dremel Stylus for this project.And to make matters worst,it's arriving tommorow
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