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Disposable masks are becoming more and more of a necessity in our everyday life. The more we learn about airborne pollutants and allergens to viruses like the avian (bird) flu. Simple outdoor activiies liek mowing the lawn, sweeping or using a blower can have much longer lasting effects than a mere cough. Almost any activity requires them in a regulated way within an industry, so why does the consumer think they are safe when they are doing houshold projects? It"s not as if there is a magic barrier that prevents all of the bad airborne particles from being inhaled, simply because you are at home. A simple project like removing some water damaged insulation where mold may be present or there is a risk of asbestos or fiberglass inhalation should be treated as a serious project and you should be wearing a disposable mask to protect yourself.