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Old 04-11-2020, 08:53 PM   #21
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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.
On a high quality full face respirator, the face shield is high grade poly acrylic and made to be easily cleaned....they wipe off crystal clear within seconds. I spent years wearing one, and personally prefer it over any goggle. More comfort and protection, IMO.
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Old 04-11-2020, 09:49 PM   #22
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On a high quality full face respirator, the face shield is high grade poly acrylic and made to be easily cleaned....they wipe off crystal clear within seconds. I spent years wearing one, and personally prefer it over any goggle. More comfort and protection, IMO.
To each their own. Whatever works.
I have cleaned many goggles while spraying, and prefer the Ninja goggles over any other face shield I have tried because they don’t need to be cleaned. Never need to stop to clean, can always see perfectly.
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To each their own. Whatever works.
I have cleaned many goggles while spraying, and prefer the Ninja goggles over any other face shield I have tried because they don’t need to be cleaned. Never need to stop to clean, can always see perfectly.
These goggles look pretty interesting - i've never seen them before. I have goggles with tear offs and full face respirators with tear offs but when spraying, for instance, large volumes of paint overhead on ceilings they get completely covered so fast that they are too much of a hassle to use.

Do these goggles still keep the paint out of your eyes even when spraying a bunch of ceilings with a .515 or .517, like going through 20 gallons in a couple of hours?

Are they still effective when spraying solvent based materials?

Do they interfere with wearing a half-mask respirator like most goggles and glasses do?

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I've always had a rough time with spray goggles. I pretty much just stayed away from them every time and ended up with tons of paint in my eyes. Not healthy at all!
I'm going to check these out and see how they work for me, I'll post back with an update after first use.
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