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BV001616

09:49AM | 07/20/13
I've the same problem. It is not the sewer. It is the exterior paint. I accidently painted my bedroom with it. I painted over with interior paint, but an upper level stripe is still visible because I liked the color..... and it stinks... as soon it's warm, windows open and the air humid. It makes me headache. It sucks and so I ve to think about a solution too.

BV003257

09:23PM | 02/14/14
Would someone comment on paints labeled exterior/interior. I believe Kiltz has a dual paint as well True Value or Ace hardware. I have lived in my house over 50 years. Read labels followed directions. Almost always got paint odors for a few days after painting. I have used small amounts of ext paint in my cellar workshop, as in wiping a paint brush that I had used painting outside. No ill effects noticed. My reason for visiting, I have extra Bengy Moore white ext paint and was thinking of using some on my cellar ceilings.
If I were to do this, it would be in the winter with my pellet stove operating. Room temp 70's and humidity aout 30%. I would try a small area and see what transpires. I am thankful for the advisories. I also realize there are many variables so I will proceed with caution.

BV004199

07:12PM | 05/05/14
Honestly, cleanedge. You need to give it up and get a life. You seem to have a deep rooted personal vendetta against Homebld. Very strange and elaborate posts. Maybe have your meds adjusted, man.

Oh, and good luck correcting all the bad info on the internet, dude.


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