FourFourtwo Asbestos removal masks were the first thing I tried out when I moved to Australia.
They’re very effective at removing asbestos from the walls of your house.
You can get a mask for about $50.
It comes with a plastic holder and an applicator, and you can spray it on the inside of your mouth or on the outside of your nose.
A few weeks after moving to Australia I started having more symptoms of my first form of cancer, which had spread to my lungs and my lungs were inflamed and bleeding.
I had to be hospitalised.
The mask I tried was one of those that were not made for children, which was why I didn’t get very much use out of it.
But I soon learned I could make my own.
One of the most common uses for asbestos removal mask is to remove the hard, fibrous material found in asbestos.
So many people use it to remove asbestos that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is now looking into whether it is safe to use on babies.
“We’re not sure how effective it is, and we’re not even sure if it’s safe to wear on children,” ACCC commissioner David Davis said.
There are currently no regulations on the use of asbestos removal kits.
Asbestos removal is considered a “serious health hazard”, with a risk of serious health consequences for people with the condition.
Although there is no specific law banning the use, there is a law requiring people to wear masks in workplaces, workplaces where there are hazardous materials and workplaces where workers have to be present for hazardous work.
Australian Health Minister Jill Hennessy said the government was working on new legislation to address the issue.
If you need help removing asbestos please contact the ABC’s asbestos program on 1800 222 741 or visit the AEC website.