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What Do I Need to Safely Repaint My Boat?

Posted by OBBCO on 2/14/2017 to General

With warm weather on the way, it’s a great time to talk boat painting safety. Boat maintenance is hard work,

and we’re here to ensure you have exactly what you need to take on the job safely.  If you're doing a bottom job for your boat, of if you work in a marine center, it's important to protect yourself from harmful sanding dust and bottom paint.


Here are some key items we know can help:


1. Safety Splash Goggles (purchase)


2. Tyvek Coveralls with Respirator Friendly Hood (purchase)


3. Chemical Resistant Gloves (purchase)


4. Mask (purchase)


5. Respirator Cartridge (purchase)


These are just a few items we have in stock to keep you safe. As always, feel free to contact us to speak with a

safety consultant to be sure you’re getting exactly the supplies you need for the job you’re taking on!



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