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Old 04-01-2020, 06:53 AM   #1
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Default Spray Goggles - check these out!

I bought these a few years ago on eBay. They are the best spray goggles I've ever used.

Anyone know where I can buy more?? I'd buy a case of them if I could.

Would like to shake the hand of the person that came up with this brilliant idea.


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Old 04-01-2020, 07:01 AM   #2
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couple more pics:


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* notice there is very little (to no) paint on the inside (foam) of the goggles, and because there is no lense over that portion, you can always see.

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UPDATE:
if anyone cares, I was able to find the info for the ProBlocker Ninja spray goggles.

https://problocker.com/shop?olsPage=...-spray-goggles
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UPDATE:
if anyone cares, I was able to find the info for the ProBlocker Ninja spray goggles.

https://problocker.com/shop?olsPage=...-spray-goggles

After a few years painting I started wearing good respirators (I was a bit stupid at first), and googles came not long afterward. A few years of that I went on to full face respirators, which I wore for the remainder of my career. I really recommend a full face respirator for comfort and protection. They are far less likely than goggles to fog over.

I liked the AO Safety quick fit.

Thinking about ordering some HEPA cartridges and wearing it to the store, the way things have been going,
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I've occasionally thought about getting motorcross goggles designed for the tear-offs. If I sprayed more often, I would.
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Tear offs get expensive....you'd more than likely find yourself just wiping the googles a couple of times per hour. I tried tear offs on the FF respirator, and abandoned them for the quick occasional wipe down.
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After a few years painting I started wearing good respirators (I was a bit stupid at first), and googles came not long afterward. A few years of that I went on to full face respirators, which I wore for the remainder of my career. I really recommend a full face respirator for comfort and protection. They are far less likely than goggles to fog over.

I liked the AO Safety quick fit.

Thinking about ordering some HEPA cartridges and wearing it to the store, the way things have been going,
Couldn't agree more, a good respirators is worth its weight in gold- especially during a global pandemic.

I tried several types of goggles, but could not find one that remained clear after spraying a short while. It always became more difficult to see the longer I sprayed.

I thought about tear-offs, but never tried them. I've heard they distort the view too.
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Tear offs get expensive....you'd more than likely find yourself just wiping the googles a couple of times per hour. I tried tear offs on the FF respirator, and abandoned them for the quick occasional wipe down.
Probably right. Never priced them. Of course, at the top levels of motocross there are all of those things called "sponsors." Maybe the likes of Graco and Titan should be sponsoring people - giving away spray protection systems with the brand on them for marketing...

Uh, I guess as soon as painting becomes a spectator sport...


In the meantime I remain a break and wipe guy when spraying. I need more frequent breaks when spraying anyway. I'm always in the respirator and white-suit. Need to cool off and stay hydrated.
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Probably right. Never priced them. Of course, at the top levels of motocross there are all of those things called "sponsors." Maybe the likes of Graco and Titan should be sponsoring people - giving away spray protection systems with the brand on them for marketing...

Uh, I guess as soon as painting becomes a spectator sport...


In the meantime I remain a break and wipe guy when spraying. I need more frequent breaks when spraying anyway. I'm always in the respirator and white-suit. Need to cool off and stay hydrated.
You should give a full face a try,if you haven't...keeps your entire face clean and is much more comfortable than a half face. And no goggles to mess with.
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You should give a full face a try,if you haven't...keeps your entire face clean and is much more comfortable than a half face. And no goggles to mess with.

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You should give a full face a try,if you haven't...keeps your entire face clean and is much more comfortable than a half face. And no goggles to mess with.
How do you keep paint from collecting on the visor and making it hard to see?
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How do you keep paint from collecting on the visor and making it hard to see?
Same as with goggles...take it off and wipe down when needed. The face sheild is high grade plastic on any quality respirator....wipes down easily with a rag and does not easily scratch.
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How do you keep paint from collecting on the visor and making it hard to see?
Same as with goggles...take it off and wipe down when needed. The face sheild is high grade plastic on any quality respirator....wipes down easily with a rag and does not easily scratch.
I believe the Ninja goggles and a high quality respirator is a better option.

You never have to wipe wet (and drying) paint across a visor, because the line of sight is never obstructed. A visor will need to be wiped dozens of times on an average house, and the vision would always be slightly blocked to varying degrees.

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Has anyone ever seen this product for overspray? I once saw an ad for what looks like a bike helmet that has a fan built into it that creates an air blade that blows down in front of your face blocking all overspray. It also could be used while wearing a respirator. It looked like it worked great, but I have never been able to find it to purchase.
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Has anyone ever seen this product for overspray? I once saw an ad for what looks like a bike helmet that has a fan built into it that creates an air blade that blows down in front of your face blocking all overspray. It also could be used while wearing a respirator. It looked like it worked great, but I have never been able to find it to purchase.
Are you serious, or trashing my thread?
If you're actually considering it, I would say that the fan motor would likely get fried from the overspray.

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I ended up buying (9) more goggles so I can have in the future for myself and employees.

What I like about them is that they are inexpensive enough to not worry about losing them (and they look very stylish while on the jobsite).

Also, I never have to clean them, and I can always see out of them with 100% clarity.


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Are you serious, or trashing my thread?
If you're actually considering it, I would say that the fan motor would likely get fried from the overspray.
It is a legitimate question. I was not trying to trash the thread. I once saw it in a video as a top innovative product. It appeared to work very well, although overspray in the long haul may be a problem as you stated. The fan is in the back of the helmet, so I guess depending on the amount of overspray, it may or may not become a problem. If there where pre-filters on it, that would probably solve the issue. I don't know enough about it because it was a video with a bunch of different innovative products, but didn't have links to any of the products.
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It is a legitimate question. I was not trying to trash the thread. I once saw it in a video as a top innovative product. It appeared to work very well, although overspray in the long haul may be a problem as you stated. The fan is in the back of the helmet, so I guess depending on the amount of overspray, it may or may not become a problem. If there where pre-filters on it, that would probably solve the issue. I don't know enough about it because it was a video with a bunch of different innovative products, but didn't have links to any of the products.
I've never heard of anything like that before, but I'll use anything that works and makes my job easier - still skeptical that it would work (for very long). Can't hear intonation through a computer monitor, so sometimes difficult to comprehend intent.
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