Responses

  • over 1 year ago

    RE: House paint

    It couldn't hurt to look into the kind of pain. When painting my kids nurseries, I asked for a paint that was safe to breath during pregnancy. Are you having the painting done inside or outside?
  • over 1 year ago

    RE: House paint

    We're having the inside of our house painted too and I wondered the same thing! When I got home from work, I put fans in the windows to pull air out, and we ate diner on the deck to get some air. We also kept our bedroom door closed as they're not painting that!
  • 28 days ago

    RE: House paint

    Sounds like you might want to upgrade your kitchen and give it a whole new look. When we renovated our kitchen a little over a year ago, we chose to put in honed marble countertops. I am grateful to https://marble.com/ for making our kitchen look like a dream. One the one hand, I just couldn’t imagine anything else in the kitchen. On the other hand, we were nervous; was it the right decision? But after a month of seeing this countertop, I can definitely say that it was worth it.
  • 9 hours ago

    RE: House paint

    Well, in any case, pregnant you are or not it's better to avoid breathing paint. Basically any kind of repair work can hurt (not critically though) you and your baby. We were having kitchen reconstruction recently. Found reviews on tools on https://toolsforme.org , bought materials, hired a construction company and after that my wife moved to her parents. Dust, loud noises, the smell of paint. We considered this all as potentially damaging.