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Start by checking the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for the product you're using, for recommendations on personal protective equipment. In most cases, you'll want at least: A well ventilated work space. An appropriate respirator (air supplied where applicable). Protective clothing (Hooded Tyvek® suits are common). Eye protection. Gloves The type of ...


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No. A couple weeks ago when i was drywall mudding my room I thought of the idea, and i decided to try and find out immediately rather than ask the internet and wait. I don't recommend trying. First there were immediate delivery problems, hand tools suddenly starts looking alot more practical. The plaster is far too thick & heavy for the gun to shoot. ...



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