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Toxicity of Wood, Dust, & Leaves

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Dugz Ink, Oct 24, 2005.


  1. Dugz Ink

    Dugz Ink

    Oct 23, 2005
    I just stumbled across these links in the Project Guitar forum. If you do any sanding, then you REALLY need to read this information. (Good examples of why I wear a mask that has carbon filters and ultra-fine pads... although that doesn't protect my skin... hmmm... hadn't thought about that until now.)

    Toxicity of Wood & Leaves (links to University of Rochester archive)

    Potentially Toxic Woods (links to Musical Instrument Makers forum archive)
     
  2. Suburban

    Suburban

    Jan 15, 2001
    lower mid Sweden
    Very interesting information. Thank you!

    I need to get a good mask. I rarely touch skin sensitzers ;)
    If I did, I'd find me a very good dustproof shirt and gloves. I've worked in an arsenic factory, where you really need these things, so I know they exist...but not where to find them :meh:
     
  3. tjclem

    tjclem Supporting Member Commercial User

    Jun 6, 2004
    Central Florida
    Owner and builder Clementbass
    Looks like
    I am a walking dead man..........t