Myth 9: "The biggest problem is absorption through the skin but I wear gloves and an overall"
Many sprayers believe that a significant or even the main route of entry for isocyanate paint spray is through the skin with the "thin skin around the eyes" being a particular concern. These views are confusing and wrong. The overwhelming route of entry for isocyanate paint mist in MVR bodyshops is through inhalation of fine airborne paint mist and this is what puts sprayers at risk of getting occupational asthma. Getting mixed 2-pack isocyanate paint or liquid hardener drips/splashes on the hands/skin can cause dermatitis but that is a different issue.