Re: Low and no VOC paints
Without stepping onto a soapbox, are you equally concerned about your carpets, d****s, and upholsteries as you are about VOC in paints? Do you use Teflon cookware? Do you realize that Teflon releases it's chemical components not only to the air but into the food that is cooking in it? Do you use plastic water bottles, soda bottles, etc? The plastic generally used in these items is of the highest off-gassing type, again, releasing it's chemical composition into whatever is stored in them. Do you have a cabinet with Tupperware or other plastic storage containers? Ever open the doors and notice that "plastic" odor? What do you think that is, or where those gases go when you put food in the container?
The point is, there are far more things within your daily environment that are equally, if not more, toxic than the VOC levels in most paints.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!