[GSBN] Clay paints/sealers for Multiple Chemical Sensitivy

Van Krieken vankrieken at gmail.com
Tue Sep 19 03:16:17 CDT 2017


Perhaps you may find something here:


All the best


On Tue, Sep 12, 2017 at 10:43 PM, Anthony Novelli <anthony.novelli at gmail.com
> wrote:

> Greetings old friends,
> I am probably ignoring list etiquette by not sifting through the archives,
> but I have a workmate who is rapidly trying to remodel a space for his
> daughter who is chemically sensitive and reacting to her current living
> space. He was directed toward clay paints, though since part of the space
> is enclosed with 10-15 year old OSB and plywood, I suggested he might also
> consider sealing that and the 5/8'" drywall with fiberglass inside before
> covering it.
> We are within driving range of retailers like Organic Grace in Garberville
> where both paints and sealers are available, though budget is a concern.
> Simple clay paint recipes might be useful.
> Also he mentioned something I think he was told at a Kelly Moore shop
> where they have an alcohol-based sealer like a shellac that off-gasses
> heavily for a very short period of time, but is then safe.
> Any input?
> Thanks in advance, and hi, howdy and hugs all round.
> Tony Novelli
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