24294Re: New Mill Odor
- Aug 3, 2009--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Druid Noibn <druid_noibn@...> wrote:
>Don't forget to apply a coat of oil. WD-40 is -NOT- oil. It will evaporate and everything will start rusting.
> That is a difficult question to address. The degree of sensitivity to the thousands of compounds found in and around the home makes the investigation a daunting task.
> The problem started with the new delivery. Are you or the wife sensitive to paints, oils, solvents? Keep in mind that these may include acetone, MEK, xylem and a bunch of other stuff. If so, leaving the unit "outside" in the sun for a week should bake the solvents out.
> The term musty caught my eye - if there is sensitivity to mold, fungus, etc... look at cleaning the unit with a degreaser, e.g., WD-40, paint thinner, followed by a strong disinfectant followed by drying followed by a wipe-down with WD-40.
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