paint fumes


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Old 02-23-01, 01:25 PM
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I have 3 children, two are in school. I would like to paint acouple of rooms, I am concerned about the fumes as I live in wisconsin (need I say More) ventilation I can do a little in the side rooms but the dinning room which is in the middle of all the traffic, well I think I would freeze everyone to death. I would very much like to do this while I don't have to many hands to help (in the dinning room I want to t-shirt paint)Is there any paint safe or do you have any suggestions.Dawn
 
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Old 02-24-01, 05:48 AM
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DawnR, Sherwin-Williams has a paint called Health Spec that is low odor and has no VOC's (volatile organic chemicals). We have to use this in senior care homes and hospitals and it is a great help...Mike
 
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Old 02-24-01, 06:08 AM
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Water bourne paints have low odour and nowadays water based woodwork paint can be purchased. Even high gloss finishes....These are touch dry in 20 mins and are non yellowing. AND ALMOST NO OUDOUR!!
 
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Old 02-24-01, 06:09 AM
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Welcome back Mike! How are things in the "Hood", good (or at least better) I Hope.
 
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Old 02-24-01, 09:15 AM
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Chip, To say the least things look a little different....Mike
 
 

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