Reducing lead hazards when remodeling your home
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, 1997 - Medical - 23 pages
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air conditioning systems airlock amount of dust amount of lead area surface available through laboratory catalogs and vendors catch any dust chips and dispose cleaning product refer Collect all dust concerned about lead-based Cover the floor debris duct tape dust and paint entryways equipped vacuum cleaner equipped with HEPA exposed to lead filter-equipped vacuum cleaner forced-air heating hardware stores heat guns heating and air HEPA filter-equipped vacuum HEPA filters HEPA vacuum keep dust lead dust particles lead poisoning lead program contact lead-based paint hazards lead-based painted surfaces methylene chloride mil polyethylene plastic paint chips paint strippers pamphlet polyethylene plastic sheeting protective clothing purchased at hardware recommended cleaning product Reducing Lead Hazards remodeling or renovating remove lead dust remove paint renovation and remodeling sanding sheeting to catch shoes before leaving solder spreading lead dust surface with water trained inspector Turn off forced-air wash water water to reduce wet-sanding sponge window pane/glass