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      Portwest P101WHR Valved Dust Respirator FFP1 (Pack of 10) £5.54 at Amazon Prime / £10.03 Non Prime
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      Portwest P101WHR Valved Dust Respirator FFP1 (Pack of 10) £5.54 at Amazon Prime / £10.03 Non Prime

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      • Valved Dust/Mist Respirator^Industrial quality lightweight



        disposable respirators
      • Allows for easy breathing and speaking whilst



        providing optimum protection
      • One size fits all with adjustable nose



        bridge, elastic headbands and comfortable nose seal
      • Pack of 10



      Was to get from Toolstation but go these from Amazon
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      Thought it was a posh fried egg
      Cheaper on ebay if more than 1 pack is purchased

      ebay.co.uk/itm…982
      Also cheaper on same link without prime
      rayben25/08/2019 15:24

      Also cheaper on same link without prime



      This listing was ended by the seller because the item is no longer available.
      And with Prime I got it delivered less than 24h from ordering. Yes, need it in less than 24h.
      Not sure I’d use FFP1 for any particularly dusty work, it really is the bare minimum.
      finknottle25/08/2019 18:17

      Not sure I’d use FFP1 for any particularly dusty work, it really is the b …Not sure I’d use FFP1 for any particularly dusty work, it really is the bare minimum.


      What is FFP1 suitable for?
      IceGrenade25/08/2019 22:29

      What is FFP1 suitable for?



      This page gives a quick overview: seton.co.uk/you…ngs

      Apparently it's OK for hand sanding and drilling, but I would never use anything less than FFP2 - because well, it doesn't hurt, isn't really more expensive, and could save you a lot of trouble down the line. Of course it depends on the usage scenario and it's often more important to worry about getting a mask with a good seal to stop dust getting in round the edges, and that is comfortable (so you're more likely to actually use it rather than go without!) I definitely wouldn't use these for sanding anything like beech or oak (the dust of which is carcinogenic, surprisingly.) Better safe than sorry, dust masks are one thing not to economise on.
      finknottle25/08/2019 18:17

      Not sure I’d use FFP1 for any particularly dusty work, it really is the b …Not sure I’d use FFP1 for any particularly dusty work, it really is the bare minimum.


      Going to do a home repo in a victorian place. Needs carpets (20 y/o) pulled up and underlay, sanding of original hardwood flooring etc, installing new bathroom and ensuite which I'm going to do..... Would this suffice?
      cheaperbythe1226/08/2019 00:02

      Going to do a home repo in a victorian place. Needs carpets (20 y/o) …Going to do a home repo in a victorian place. Needs carpets (20 y/o) pulled up and underlay, sanding of original hardwood flooring etc, installing new bathroom and ensuite which I'm going to do..... Would this suffice?



      I wouldn't risk it, not if you're sanding loads of hardwood - it's just not worth it. FFP3 is recommended for that - I'd go with a proper respirator like this which will be far more comfortable than this kind of mask and last forever. The filters are replaceable and 7 quid at Screwfix at the moment, which may seem expensive but when you think you'll probably get through one of these disposable masks a day... If you think you might be doing similar work in the future it's worth the investment.
      cheaperbythe1226/08/2019 00:02

      Going to do a home repo in a victorian place. Needs carpets (20 y/o) …Going to do a home repo in a victorian place. Needs carpets (20 y/o) pulled up and underlay, sanding of original hardwood flooring etc, installing new bathroom and ensuite which I'm going to do..... Would this suffice?


      No. Personally I would recommend a FFP3 mask. Any renovation work on an older house runs the risk of asbestos from floor tiles, mastic, panels, insulating board artex etc. As someone said previously, not worth the risk.
      finknottle26/08/2019 00:37

      I wouldn't risk it, not if you're sanding loads of hardwood - it's just …I wouldn't risk it, not if you're sanding loads of hardwood - it's just not worth it. FFP3 is recommended for that - I'd go with a proper respirator like this which will be far more comfortable than this kind of mask and last forever. The filters are replaceable and 7 quid at Screwfix at the moment, which may seem expensive but when you think you'll probably get through one of these disposable masks a day... If you think you might be doing similar work in the future it's worth the investment.


      Thanks guys.... I'll buy something like that. Its a big job and not worth the risk. Again, thanks very much for the recommendations.
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