So im in my attic installing Cat6 cable in some places. It's a yellow looking insulation (Some is sort of "loose" and some are in sheets, the loose stuff is more white-ish). The House was built in 2002 so there is no asbestos or anything (I'd assume).
Anyways I was handling some of it with my bare hands, (Not a ton) before I realized...wow I should not be doing that. This is in an attic that's walkable.
Is there any super immediate danger to handling this a little bit (was just pushing some out of the way). I also washed my hands right after.
As far as masks I was wearing a 3M 8200. It seems like this can be used for Fiberglass/Insulation (Unless im wrong). Or do I need to get a different mask?
As far as handling it, is there any certain type of gloves I should be using?
Since I touched it previously, am I in any danger? Is insulation THAT dangerous or is it more-so if you are around it a lot? (My skin seems fine as far as itchiness goes)