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Polyurethane Fumes?

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Polyurethane is a common substance used in wood varnishes and finishes. It may also be found in paints and craft supplies. Polyurethane is quite strong and can cause health problems if the fumes are inhaled. Therefore, if you are using the chemical polyurethane you should be in a well ventilated area so that the fumes can accept your presence easily. Polyurethane is classified as a polymer and statistically do not release a lot of fumes, unless manipulated.
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since it is cold outside it is probably a bit cold on your floor as well,l and the poly U is sometimes very slow totally drying. I would put any kind of fans you have on the floor
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Hello Leanne. Considering you posted this in February, I am assuming this was done in late November. Unfortunately, the ONLY thing that will work with an oil based polyurethane is
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