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    I have pretty dusty work, I sometimes have to lift those big papers which builders use and that is pretty dusty work. Do you have any tips how I could cover my face from that dust? Maybe stupid question but it's hard to find ways to do it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonefish View Post
    I have pretty dusty work, I sometimes have to lift those big papers which builders use and that is pretty dusty work. Do you have any tips how I could cover my face from that dust? Maybe stupid question but it's hard to find ways to do it...
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