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What are least toxic reasonable substitutes for drywall repair job?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 23, 2013 01:08 AM
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My HOA is doing interior condo required maintenence that will require: opening existing drywall in my bedroom, caulking inside of walls around wires, replacing drywall, applying texture, and applying primer. I am moderately chemically sensitive: the builder has agreed to use low/no VOC materials for me - Caulking, Texture, and Primer. Can you point me towards no-Voc Caulking, Texture, and Primer? Do I need to ask the builder about the drywall being used, or could the builder re-use the 4' by 8' cutout that will be necessary to complete the inner wall work? Thank you.




 

 

My HOA is doing interior condo required maintenence that will require: opening existing drywall in my bedroom, caulking inside of walls around wires, replacing drywall, applying texture, and applying primer. I am moderately chemically sensitive: the builder has agreed to use low/no VOC materials for me - Caulking, Texture, and Primer. Can you point me towards no-Voc Caulking, Texture, and Primer? Do I need to ask the builder about the drywall being used, or could the builder re-use the 4' by 8' cutout that will be necessary to complete the inner wall work? Thank you.

Gypsum by itself is one of the best products one can use in these cases as it basically is completely inert material.

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