Friday, 2 November 2012

Should Pregnant Women Paint?

It's hard to predict the degree of toxicity from painting your house, especially because it's hard to determine your precise level of exposure. As exciting as it is to prepare your home for the new baby, all paints contain chemicals that could affect you and your baby, and there aren't enough studies to provide reassurance on the safety of paint exposure. Follow this link for some simple tips to keep your exposure levels to a minimum for a happy healthy pregnancy. http://www.fisher-price.com/en_us/playtime/parenting/articlesandadvice/articledetail.html?article=tcm:169-20048 Choosing to use low VOC products for repairs and paint projects in your home can help reduce exposure to toxic solvents and chemicals. Reducing these exposures while you are pregnant is important to protect your baby during vital development stages in the womb. EcoSolve Americas Home Strip products provide low VOC paint removal options for safe indoor paint removal projects without the need for extensive ventilation or protective equipment. Make your nursery a safe chemical free zone for mom and baby. For more info on EcoSolve and Home Strip products please visit http://www.ecosolveamericas.com/   

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