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Jun 12

Arranging a child's room with allergies

    1. Try to choose hypoallergenic water-based emulsions
    2. If you can, avoid mineral products and solvent based paints
    3. Always check that the paint is properly certified
    4. Before painting, try to even out everything, the structure of the painted surface must be smooth so that no dust settles on it
    5. When painting the wall, do not skip any gaps to prevent dust build-up
    6. Remember, the walls should be dry before you start painting, so that no fungus can form in the future


    What to choose


    The paints recommended for allergy sufferers are mainly water-based emulsions, the so-called "Water paints" They are also durable and quick-drying. Their main components are resins: latex or acrylic. Neutral water, on the other hand, is a thinner. Thanks to this application, the painted surface becomes uniform and smooth.


    Note that the paint is hypoallergenic approved. Paints for children and sensitive people should have it. All such products must have an appropriate certificate confirming a positive hypoallergenic test result.


    What to avoid


    First, paints that do not meet the hypoallergenic requirements. They contain chemicals that can be harmful to sensitive people. They can significantly reduce the comfort of living and even lead to serious illnesses.


    Avoid solvent-based paints, among others. They are characterized by good resistance to abrasion; however, they contain substances that may be harmful to health. They consist of a volatile solvent that evaporates while drying, emitting toxins.


    Persons susceptible to allergies should also avoid any dusty products and surfaces that are particularly dusty.


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