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so i work nights at a grocery store and the floors get buffed by a propane buffer its all indoors and the store is not very well ventilated as you can see dust or whatever cleaning solution propane buffers use flying up into the air and staying there for around 10-20 minutes. i can feel the dust from the buffer in my lungs and can feel how congested they are.
my question is are there any health specifically lung ailments propane buffers used indoors can cause?
also if there are any lung ailments caused by them are there any lawsuits looking out for the workers whom breathe that night in and night out?
i see they dish out carbon monoxide which is poisonous.