Hi, I imagine it would be
I imagine it would be hard for another glass artist to really know the answer to your question, unless they happened to specialize in vacuums. I love my handheld for bits of glass on the floor but prefer a Shop Vac with hepa for my kilns (which are outside). But I do think it’s fairly important to be wearing a good mask when you are moving around the thinfire sheets after use, or working with powders or frit, or airbrushing paints, etc. I would invest in a good one of those as the priority. Of course then there’s the nagging yourself to put the darn thing on
Windows listen attentively for the sound of broken glass.