I'm not asking what the side of the can says, I'm asking what you, personally, have encountered from *accidentally* inhaling paint fumes. Last night I was painting the front bumper on my rex in the garage. I have painted many vehicles before with spray paint, but always outside around my shop, never enclosed. My wife came home and made me open the garage door, she thought I was going to die... I'm glad I have a wife. Anyway, I woke up at about 2:30am with a migraine (I only get them a couple times a year) and the headache/nausea lasted till about 10am and I was able to get up and come into work. Anyway, anyone else get a bad headache from breathing too much paint fumes (not on purpose). Thanks.
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Re: Paint Fumes, what side effects? (Silver02Civic)
A friend's dad died of brain cancer in his 40s. He had been painting cars for years without the proper ventalation and proper mask. He was one of those 'old school' guys who didn't think he needed that stuff. Always wear the proper face masking and make sure you have something filtering air if possible.
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