- 1). Paint when no one else is home. It is best to schedule the painting when the home will be unoccupied for an extended period. This will help minimize people's exposure to chemicals in the outdoor paint.
- 2). Wear a paper painting mask to keep yourself from inhaling the fumes. The masks are inexpensive and can be found at any home improvement store.
- 3). Have proper ventilation while painting. Open windows and use fans to help air out the rooms that have been painted and keep the fumes to a minimum.
- 4). Block heating and air-conditioning return openings in the rooms you are painting. This will prevent the fumes from circulating to other areas of your home.
- 5). Store unused outdoor paint in a cool place with the lid tightly closed to prevent fumes from escaping.
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