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Knock on wood, not sick here and haven't been for a long time.  As a matter of fact, I've only gotten sick one time in twenty years of installing PPF and that happened when we were snowed in years ago here in Atlanta.  That made me start wondering if breathing ISO fumes all day might have something to do with it.  The week we were snowed in, I obviously wasn't doing installs and not breathing in any ISO and got the flu.  So the question is, how is everyone?  Could ISO fumes be keeping us safe or have I just been lucky?  

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i been isolated for 2 weeks when they shut everything around the country , and the last 3 months been working full time in ppf install and auto detail.

me and my crew wear mask , access to gloves and sanitizer. i also take their temp in the morning and mandatory sanitize hands between cars.

crazy times for sure.

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