Hazards of surface coatings
The major constituents of most paints can be grouped into four general categories:
Substances can enter the body through inhalation, absorption through the skin, or ingestion, with the most common route being inhalation. There is a risk of chemicals entering the body during mixing, application and/or clean up when using the paint.
Spray application presents the greatest hazard as the applicator is not just exposed to the highly volatile portion of the paint (solvents) but also to the paint mist.
What are the hazards?
The spray mists of paint
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