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04-19-2012 04:21 PM
novafreek6872 IF YOU CAN SMELL THE PAINT IN THE HOUSE YOU ARE DOING SOMETHING VERY WRONG! STOP WHILE YOU ARE STILL ALIVE! YES, I KNOW I'M YELLING!

Andy
04-19-2012 03:29 PM
John long Would not recommend putting any thing of that nature in paint. At best may cause fish-eyes. At 2-3 hundred dollars up for a gallon of paint it is not worth the gamble. The bigger concern is the chemicals in modern paints are DANGEROUS. If the smell is bad enough to bother you or your family you need to be concerned about ventalion. Get those fumes out of the house. If you have to spend a little extra on your electric bill to run an exhaust fan overnight it is money well spent.

John L
04-19-2012 02:35 PM
Vincentnova
Spraying Paint At Home Garage,vanila Extrat Smell Solution?

HELLO
i've hearded some people like to drope some vanilla extrat in the paint before before paint a room or a wall in a house that saying you get a better smeel

my wondering was : do you think that could work for any kind of car paint
did someone tryed it ?

i work in my garage home and would like to find a way to fight the smell
thanks

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