Safety first! It seems a lot of detailers avoid or forget to use PPE (personal protection equipment) when dealing with chemicals. It doesn't matter if you are working outside on a windy day or inside, there's always nasty fine particles of chemicals floating in the air.
Sometimes when you grab a chemical bottle or a can, you may accidentally discharge it. And that squirt may go straight in to your eyes. Which may lead to some negative short- or long-term consequences.
Also when you are compounding or heavy polishing paint, there's very fine polishing residue/dust - i.e., small abrasive particles - in the air; and if you get it in your eyes, the top layer of the eye's cornea may get scratched.
In short, don't take your chances, either you are a hobbyist or a pro, safety should be your number one priority.
- Clear lens
- Rugged but stylish design
- Protective side shields
- Rubber earpiece for a secure fit
- Anti-fog lens
- Rubberized nosepiece
- Universal fit: small to large male face
- Meets CSA Z94.3 requirements and high impact requirements of ANSI Z87.1+
Pro Tip: try to avoid using wheel cleaners, engine degreasers or any other chemicals outside when it's windy.