Media Blasting Safety & Protection Equipment

Protect Yourself While Blasting

Stripping rust and paint with abrasive blasting doesn't involve caustic chemicals or hazardous fumes, but you still don't want to breath the dust. Pressure blasted media can also burn and abrade skin too, so if you aren't blasting in a dedicated cabinet, you need to wear the proper gear. Eastwood has goggles, face shields, and even hoods with a viewing window to keep your hair and ears clean, while protecting your eyes. Of course we've got dust masks too. We've got gloves for open air blasting, as well as replacements for your blast cabinet. We even have coveralls to keep your clothes clean.

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  • Abrasive Blasting Cabinet Lens Cover Pack of 4

    Abrasive Blasting Cabinet Lens Cover Pack of 4

    Clear plastic covers protect up to a 11"x23" glass lens
    $11.99
    Clear plastic covers protect up to a 11"x23" glass lens
    $11.99

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Protect Yourself While Blasting

Stripping rust and paint with abrasive blasting doesn't involve caustic chemicals or hazardous fumes, but you still don't want to breath the dust. Pressure blasted media can also burn and abrade skin too, so if you aren't blasting in a dedicated cabinet, you need to wear the proper gear. Eastwood has goggles, face shields, and even hoods with a viewing window to keep your hair and ears clean, while protecting your eyes. Of course we've got dust masks too. We've got gloves for open air blasting, as well as replacements for your blast cabinet. We even have coveralls to keep your clothes clean.





 

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