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June 30, 2020 2 min read 1 Comment

When working with eggshell dust and eggshell Pysanka dye, it's essential to follow safety precautions to protect oneself from potential harm. These substances can pose health risks if not handled correctly.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  1. Gloves: Protect your skin from direct contact with the dye by wearing gloves. Natural skin oils can interact with the dye and interfere with dye coverage. Gloves also prevent any potential skin irritation caused by the dye 1.

  2. Respiratory Masks: An N95 mask is recommended when handling eggshell dust. It filters out 95% of airborne particles and is commonly used in various industries for worker protection. Using a mask can prevent inhalation of the eggshell dust which could cause respiratory issues 2.

  3. Eye Protection: Wearing eye protection like safety glasses or goggles can prevent dye or dust from getting into your eyes 2.

  4. Protective Clothing: Wear an apron or other protective clothing to avoid dye stains on your clothes.

Handling and Use of Eggshell Dust and Dye

  1. Proper Ventilation: Ensure adequate ventilation in your workspace. This helps disperse any dust or fumes and reduces the concentration you might inhale.

  2. Use of The Razaire 530: This device available from Ukrainian EggCessories is a versatile portable dust collector. It can handle dust control needs by collecting dust at the source and filtering overall shop air. It works wonderfully to pull egg dust out of your workspace for a safer user experience. The machine comes with a 30% green filter but adding the 80% white high efficiency filter with the 2” filter adapter is a must to add when working with egg shell dust. You can also add a charcoal filter with the 2” filter adapter for enhanced safety 3

  3. Proper Cleanup: After using the dyes, clean up any spills immediately to avoid accidental exposure. Dispose of used dye safely according to local regulations.

Safety Measures

  1. Avoid Ingestion: Acid dyes are not food grade, so avoid ingestion. If the dye is accidentally ingested, seek medical advice immediately 2.

  2. Washing Hands: After handling eggshells and dyes, wash your hands thoroughly, even if you've been wearing gloves.

  3. Storing Materials: Store eggshell dust and dyes in a secure place out of reach from children and pets.

Remember, safety should always be your priority when working with potentially harmful substances. Always follow manufacturer instructions and consult relevant health and safety guidelines for your region.


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September 27, 2023

Is there something I can get to suck the egg dust out of the air as I am making it? I already have lung problems and don’t want to make them worse. Thanks!

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