drilling plastic (Mah Jongg tiles) for beading


drilling plastic (Mah Jongg tiles) for beading

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I have found that there is a very fine (odorous) dust as I drill. Could this be toxic? I am wearing a face mask, but would love an opinion on this as it is winter and I am working inside in my basement.

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Why take a chance, and it can't hurt.

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Bruce is right. When working with Dremel brand or any other power tool, always wear eye protection and a dust mask.

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