Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 14:46:21 PM. . By Bobbi Kerr.
There are many benefits to using non toxic paints including: Easier clean-up with soap and waterEasier disposal optionsLess odor during application and usually no odor once the paint is dryA shorter waiting period to safely occupy the roomSignificant reduction in toxins released into the air Non toxic or Natural Paints These paints are produced by a variety of manufacturers and come in several options. Many of the paints are now available at mainstream home improvement stores as well as at local specialty paint stores. As with many eco-friendly products, there are no official federal guidelines regarding labeling, so VOC standards may vary by manufacturer. Consult the paint labels or ask your in-store paint specialist for clarification if you have questions. You can also look for paints that have Green Seal certifications.
Annie crib - has a subtle echo of a sleigh crib but with a more open and airy slat design. A very beautiful feature is the bowed, solid wood slats on the headboard and footboard. There are four finishes available; white, antique white, coffee and natural. Vanessa crib - this looks more like a traditional sleigh bed than does the Annie. Its styling is that of a substantial, solid wood headboard and footboard, both of which are slightly curved and feature inlaid molding. Finished in either: antique white, white, coffee or mahogany.
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