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Postby jonb8 » Thu Nov 24, 2016 9:45 am

My garage is in the basement of my house and I'm worried about fumes from the sealing process of my build getting drawn up into the house. I've been reading alot on sealing my teardrop and I was wondering if anyone has any experience with sealers that doesn't have any, or alot of fumes.. Thanks I hate to have to haul everything to another shop to seal it then bring it back but with winter here there's no way to do it outside.
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Re: Fumes

Postby Dale M. » Thu Nov 24, 2016 10:08 am

If you have good weather stripping around access doors to house and keep garage door open and run a fair sized fan to keep air circulation going there probably will not be much of a issue... Only thing you may have issue with is temperature... These things usually off gas for a few days then it pretty much abates, but it will also depend on what you are using as a sealer...

Something like this can move a lot of air...

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