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  cedar dust
  Posted by: ret603 on Dec-28-12 9:17 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Dec-29-12 12:36 PM EST --

Hodtay,

I forgot to mention the last step I take to avoid cedar dust allergic reaction. After finishing any session of paddling making that involves power tools (band saw or very limited sanding) I then take off the dust mask and swab out the nostrils with a wet Q-Tip. Surprising the dust that sometimes gets under the mask.

Dave


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