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Staples has Safety Goggles (Clear Lens, G200S) for $0.99. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Choose free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free with a new Staples Rewards membership (free to join) or $35+ orders.

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Features:
  • Soft PVC frame provides a comfortable fit on the face
  • Anti-splash, Anti-Fog, and Anti-Impact Clear Polycarbonate Lens
  • Four Indirect vents in the frame on the bottom and top of the goggles circulates air and minimizes fogging
  • Adjustable elastic strap
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1 requirements

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Staples [staples.com] has Safety Goggles (Clear Lens) on sale for $0.99. Select free store pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is free with a new Staples Rewards membership or $30+ orders. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store, see instructions below.

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  • This deal is valid while supplies last or to 9/25/21.
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tribalnoise asked this question on 09-22-2021 at 11:42 AM
09-22-2021 at 11:42 AM
They're ANSI Z87.1 compliant so they're as good as any regular safety glasses you would otherwise use. You get a bit more protection on the sides and underneath as well.
sirDavid asked this question on 09-22-2021 at 11:45 AM
09-22-2021 at 11:45 AM
Depending on how much muriatic you need to use, you might want to wear a respirator too. Even when diluted.
mehas asked this question on 09-21-2021 at 11:26 AM
09-27-2021 at 04:33 AM
Your eyes will be fine. The rest of you, not so much.

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It's scientifically proven that these wraparound goggles and safety glasses can prevent many types of injuries, but there's still a chance you could be a victim, although most serious injuries will be avoided. Many workplaces require them due to safety regulations and liabilities. But, they're uncomfortable and I figure whatever doesn't kill me will only make me stronger, so I don't wear them. I know a bunch of co-workers that haven't died from not wearing them, but a few have. When I'm spraying hazardous chemicals around like a freshly popped bottle of champagne, it may or may not get all over other people's faces, but what do I care? If it kills me or causes long-term illness to myself, that's fine because of my civil liberties. If an employer is able to force workers to wear eye protection for safety reasons, they've basically given up all their rights as a human. It's the end of civilization. My body, my choice.

...See how stupid that sounds?
The goggles do nothing!
And the pandemic continues because people keep spreading this kind of anti-vax BS.

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Only 7 reviews on these goggles, but they're positive. One reviewer wrote "great product. well made construction" and then gave a 2-star rating. Confused This has skewed the overall rating, I think.
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I remember these style of glasses back in college! Protective but puts a serious dent in your hair.
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Safety first. It's important to wear eye protection while dissolving the bodies in lye.
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Will these protect against a 40-ft wall of sulphuric acid?
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Quote from slacktide :
Safety first. It's important to wear eye protection while dissolving the bodies in lye.
Or cleaning drains
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Thanks will be using this on my next construction project.
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Are these sufficient for protection from muriatic acid (rust removal)?
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Yes these do wonders for preventing tears while cutting onions.
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Quote from mehas :
Will these protect against a 40-ft wall of sulphuric acid?
The goggles do nothing!
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It's scientifically proven that these wraparound goggles and safety glasses can prevent many types of injuries, but there's still a chance you could be a victim, although most serious injuries will be avoided. Many workplaces require them due to safety regulations and liabilities. But, they're uncomfortable and I figure whatever doesn't kill me will only make me stronger, so I don't wear them. I know a bunch of co-workers that haven't died from not wearing them, but a few have. When I'm spraying hazardous chemicals around like a freshly popped bottle of champagne, it may or may not get all over other people's faces, but what do I care? If it kills me or causes long-term illness to myself, that's fine because of my civil liberties. If an employer is able to force workers to wear eye protection for safety reasons, they've basically given up all their rights as a human. It's the end of civilization. My body, my choice.

...See how stupid that sounds?
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My last key component on finishing my meth lab; nice find!

I already got my white briefs, rubber gloves/apron, and camper out in the desert for the weekend
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I bought these last week for more at Lowes. My son needed a pair for high school science lab.
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for 2 cents cash back, in for one.
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