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We love all the different DIY projects that we get to do here on this channel, and know that some of you are eager to get into your own projects, but before you go grab that sander or fabric dye, we just wanted to take a second to talk about some ways you can protect yourself while you’re DIYing. In this video we will go over body protection, hand protection, face protection, ear protection, lung protection and overall safety.
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0:00 – intro
0:07 – what should you wear when you are DIYing?
1:08 – what type of gloves should you use for DIYing?
1:47 – how to protect your eyes when doing construction
2:32 – how to protect your ears when doing construction
2:56 – what type of mask should I wear when doing construction?
3:28 – outro
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16 Replies to “debunking DIY safety”
Really loving this series by Rochelle!
You all need to retake team photos and have Rochelle as a main creator! Love having her on the team.
Extra diy safety tips: Don't handle power tools or sharp tools or ladders when you are inebriated, tired or in a really bad mood. I concentrate a bit like a gymnast before a jump before putting on the table saw. Instruct your helpers properly what to hold, when to let go or give you something. Ventilate your workspace more than you think necessary. Use clamps instead of holding your project in the hand while drilling.
Have a first aid box nearby.
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Why is this called debunking? Good info though!
This is great! I'd love to see TSG wear masks more often. Wood dust is TOXIC and so is glue!
We ? Rochelle!
omg they read the comments ?
Let's talk about not having long hair or necklaces or scarves or any dangling clothing hanging loose when you are using power tools. I could link to a dozen old SG videos where they use drills and saws with their long hair hanging loose, inches from the moving parts. Lets also talk about ladder safety . If it says don't stand on the top 3 steps, then don't. Have a spotter hold the ladder. Don't set a ladder on top of a table. SG have done all of these in old videos.
Yes! More Rochelle!!!!
This is awesome! Thanks!
I adore your videos. Plus girl your hair are soooooo amazing ?
Yay! Such a necessary video! Thanks Rochelle! ?
TSG being more than a little hypocritical here I’m afraid…
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