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I am chemically sensitive and the paint my landlord used in the kitchen is making me sick. What to do?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:10 AM
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I am chemically sensitive. My landlord plastered the kitchen. The plaster reeked for four days, making me sick enough to vacate the apartment. A week later, the landlord primed with BIN shellac primer, one coat, waited 2 hours, then painted over the primer with one coat of Benjamin Moore latex in china white. The kitchen has been offgassing for 3 months despite ventilation. Help -- I can't live here. What to do?




 

 

I am chemically sensitive. My landlord plastered the kitchen. The plaster reeked for four days, making me sick enough to vacate the apartment. A week later, the landlord primed with BIN shellac primer, one coat, waited 2 hours, then painted over the primer with one coat of Benjamin Moore latex in china white. The kitchen has been offgassing for 3 months despite ventilation. Help -- I can't live here. What to do?

We, as occupants of this beautiful planet, put up with a lot from our chemical-spewing brethren, but we should never have to put up with it in our homes, even...



 

 

 
 
 

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