6 Safety Myths You Believe

Tyler Provick

Tyler Provick is a writer and a gamer that likes to combine his two interests and share them with the community.

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  1. Oil-soaked rags, prime example being linseed oil, are a spontaneous combustion hazard. Solvent-soaked rags are not. Linseed oil is not a solvent. Solvent-soaked rags can contribute fuel to a fire and need to be managed properly. Oil-soaked rags can actually start a fire all by themselves. I thought it best to point out the difference. Thanks for your entertaining blog post! — Andrew Gondzur, Certified Safety Professional

  1. July 6, 2015

    […] After giving both ‘jacks a gloss coat of Future Floor Polish I used some oil paints to add some grim and depth to the model. This is a technique I picked up from building model airplanes and decided it would fit well on these miniatures. I just coated the miniature with the oil paint and pulled most of it off with a rag before it dried. If you use this technique you need to make sure that you are working in a well ventilated area. Even if you can’t smell the solvent doesn’t mean it isn’t dangerous. […]

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