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Common VOCs in paints, primers and varnishes include benzene, formaldehyde, kerosene, ammonia, toluene, and xylene, all of which are known carcinogens and neurotoxins. Exposure to VOCs can irritate your eyes, nose, throat and skin and are proven to increase allergies, asthma, and respiratory problems, central nervous system symptoms (such as headache, rapid heartbeat) and even…

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It may slightly shift undertones, but it’s not going to go from a blue-gray to a brownish grey. (the reason for the shift is that color and pigments aren’t linear at all concentrations) Adding white is different from cutting the colorant load. It can take A LOT of white paint to significantly affect a color….

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Decks and Fences can be one of the trickiest projects to tackle. In my last post I shared why preparation is so important and what you need to do get your deck of fence ready to receive to receive the stain and make it last longer. In this post I’ll share a few differences between…