Any equipment, including parts that may eventually be exposed to peroxides, must consist of polyethylene or high quality stainless materials. Other inert plastics can be used, but the use of non-stainless steel, copper or rubber must be strictly avoided, as the contact with these materials may lead to decomposition.

Use different containers and gauges for peroxides and accelerators, and have them well differentiated. Attention is to be increased when handling guns, making sure the equipment is clean before the container can be filled with peroxide. When testing, do it in a container with water, never direct the spray to the air. Make sure that the peroxide valve is not blocked.

Do not transfer peroxide from its original container to another rigid or glass container that may eventually burst if there is contamination during transfer. Empty peroxide containers must be thoroughly rinsed and disposed in such a manner as to preclude reuse.