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Paint is a very harmfull material. Conscious artists and writers are aware and protect themselves from imeadiate harm by wearing gloves and a filtered breathing apparatus. This is great but please be aware of the impact aerosol packaging has on our solid waste system. There are paint recyling depots in nearly every major city. Contact your local recyling depot or local government and ask them where to recycle your used aerosol cans. This is not a suspicious activity people ask local govenments how to dispose of toxic wastes all the time. If your area doesnt have such a program asking the local government enough may bring more awareness to the issue and may help get one started.
well, paintings the same as smoking...it says on the side of the can how it's bad for you to inhale that shit....if you paint and you dont caare that your gettin fucked, paint on... to those that really caant read, then i guess your already fucked.