A safe and clean working environment is the first step to producing a successful composite laminate. Make sure to plan your project or repair accordingly, and take simple measures for safety with every project:

  • Protect yourself with gloves, goggles, respirators or a mask, and disposable clothing.
  • Prevent contamination between projects and protect equipment by keeping the work space clean.

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  • Acetone

    Industry Standard for Dissolving Resin
    5 star rating
    Acetone is a powerful solvent, used in the composite industry as the standard for cleaning and degreasing. It will...
  • Acetone Dispenser

    The Safest Way to Keep Acetone at the Ready
    3 star rating
    Reduce spills, evaporation, and contamination. Easy-to-squeeze dispensing—Easy to identify. Our 16 oz....
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  • Organic Vapor Respirator

    Stay Safe, Stay Comfortable
    With dust, fumes, vapors and other air borne contaminates are a common place in any workshop, it's important to keep...
  • Two Strap Dust and Mist Mask (Box of 20)

    A Simple Measure for Safety
    Protect against respiratory irritation and potential health issues with this simple safety device. Particles from...
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  • Safety Goggles

    Impact Resistant and Ventilated for Comfort
    Composite materials can be dangerous when you're not properly protected. Vapors and splashes can cause unnecessary...
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  • Safety Glasses

    Compatible with Respirators and Most Eyeglasses
    Eye protection is an absolute necessity when working with composite materials. These lightweight, comfortable...
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  • Latex Gloves

    Protect Hands for Most Lamination Projects
    For most lamination projects, these affordable latex gloves will last for several hours at a time. They are...
  • Nitrile Gloves

    Excellent for General Use
    Nitrile gloves are excellent general use gloves in a chemical or solvent environment and are an excellent...
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Remember to thoroughly review Safety Data Sheets for those products where they are available. The Safety Data Sheet, or SDS, identifies potential hazards involved with the product. It details safe handling guidelines, as well as first aid measures to follow if an accident were to occur. At FibreGlast.com, the SDS, if applicable, can be found on the "Documents" tab on individual product pages.

For more helpful information, visit our Learning Center and read, Safety in Composites and Setting Up a Composite Shop.

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