So, whatever happened to having active ventilation?
Come on, folks, if you’re creating CO (carbon monoxide), then you
absolutely need to ventilate when soldering.
And when you’re soldering, there’s no IF. you are ALWAYS creating
CO, as soon as your torch flame hits the surface of your metal,
whether or not you are using a charcoal block on which to solder.
Charles, please jump in here, if you want to add your to
Ventilate by drawing the fumes away from you (NOT PAST YOUR NOSE)
and the studio space using a good strong fan. An open window does
not do the trick.