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I would tend to disagree.  Solvents can be tricky.  Most 
chemists use film hoods, and for good reason.  Most painters 
who work with oils or dyes do to.  Its especially important 
for repeated use.  Think the the chalk example - a harmless 
substance that many teachers develop allergies or 
sensitivities to from repeated exposure.  And that is just 
chalk.  If the solution is cheap - using a box or working 
outside, why not err on the side of caution?

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