How to remove the paint taste of stone display stands

Time: 2019-03-05 10:40:25     Source: Quartz Stone Display

The smell of the stone display rack paint is very unpleasant, followed by the user's body may also cause some impact. So remove the paint taste is very necessary. The following is simple description of the way to remove the paint taste.
First, the cold brine to remove the paint smell
Cold salt water in addition to the new exhibition rack paint taste or vinegar in addition to the new exhibition rack paint: container filled with cold water, and then add the appropriate amount of vinegar in a ventilated room. So you can absorb the elimination of the new exhibition rack residual odor; or you just put two pots of cold salt water indoors, one or two days of paint smell will be removed, the onion can also be soaked in the pot, the same effective.
Second, plant elimination methods
Chlorophytum, Aloe, Sansevieria can be a lot of absorption of new indoor exhibition of formaldehyde and other pollutants, to eliminate and prevent indoor air pollution. The role of plants is very large, and plants without any side effects, so is a good method and measure.
Third, citric acid to remove the paint odor

To quickly remove the residual paint smell, can be soaked cotton balls with citric acid, hanging in the room and the new exhibition rack, so that you can effectively remove the paint smell of the exhibition rack.

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