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NEWS | June 15, 2021

Yellow Safety Paint

soldiers working in a pit with yellow safety markings
Photo by Gertrud Zach

This article initially appeared in PS 766 (Sep 16), p. 61. 
 
Get a 5-gal container of yellow safety paint with NSN 8010-01-019-1776.

This water-based latex is used to paint guide marks and warning lines inside your motor pool. It’s non-flammable and presents fewer health and safety hazards than the old oil-based paint. Before disposal, check with your environmental safety office for state or local regulations on latex paint waste.
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