On Monday, April 4th, we had a contractor begin to Drylock our interior basement walls. He inadvertently used oil-based drylock. We have a one year old and the fumes are so severe that neither our baby, nor myself have stayed in the home since then. We have opened all windows and doors for 3 days now and have not experienced considerable relief. WHAT CAN WE DO TO ELIMINATE THE FUMES??
Im having the same problem, and my basement isnt under the floor that we actually "live in" right now, it is beside our garage, but its smelling up the whole house, is this dangerous?
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