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Doctor insights on: How Long Can I Be Around Paint Thinner Fumes Safely

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How long can I be around paint thinner fumes safely?

Toxins: You should always be in a well ventilated area when you are exposed to fumes. Do what you have to do to get away from petroleum fumes as soon as you can. There really is no safe exposure. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of poisoning from paint thinner fumes?

What are the symptoms of poisoning from paint thinner fumes?

Toxins - Chemicals: Headaches, wooziness, fainting, nausea and vomitting. Move the patient out of the environment where the fumes are present and let them breathe fresh air. If they are too ill, call 911. ...Read more

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How dangerous is to live next door to a home, specifically a garage where paint thinner/paint are used daily and for hours at a time? I have a 9mo old

How dangerous is to live next door to a home, specifically a garage where paint thinner/paint are used daily and for hours at a time? I have a 9mo old

Unlikely: Fumes could affect you NEXT DOOR....usually harmful in ENCLOSED SPACE! Its NOT unusual to SMELL these solvents for long distances. SMELL alone is not dangerous! ...Read more

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Please explain if it is safe to use paint thinner on transition lenses?

Please explain if it is safe to use paint thinner on transition lenses?

Paint thinner: Are you trying to remove paint on your glasses or just experimenting...Chemicals could react with the plastic and it could make a blurred spot/area.. If you did it already tell us what you found out..LOL ...Read more

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Is paint thinner deadly to you?

Is paint thinner deadly to you?

Potentially: Ingestion of paint thinner can cause major problems and even be fatal. ...Read more

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What happens when you get paint thinner in your eye?

What happens when you get paint thinner in your eye?

Chemical burn: First thing is to rinse the eye thoroughly with any liquid, saline is best, but tap water will do. At least 10 minutes. Then get seen by the eye md or er, to tell if you have a serious chemical injury. Damage is worse if the chemical is basic, and less worrisome if acidic. ...Read more