Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 23:04:07 PM. . By Lynn Macdonald.
Traditional Paints - If youve ever painted a room in the past with traditional paint, you probably had to open the windows because of the strong odor. Traditional paints contain volatile organic compounds also known as VOCs. VOCs are comprised of a variety of chemicals that can adversely affect your health. In fact, according to The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), VOCs can trigger eye, nose and throat irritations, headaches, nausea, and a loss of coordination. Significant exposure may even lead to problems with the kidney, liver and central nervous system. Many people mistakenly believe that once their paint is dry and the smell is gone, the chemicals are too. However VOCs tend to concentrate indoors and may persist in the air long after painting is finished. To decrease this risk, consider choosing a non toxic paint for the nursery and other rooms in your home as well.
How to Choose a Nursery Glider - Nursery Gliders are more comfortable than the traditional rocking chair. Youll end up using it more than you might think, especially in your babys first year. Moms and dads will spend many hours throughout the day and night feeding and soothing their newborn, and a supportive, comfortable chair makes everyone happier. Nursery Gliders are more comfortable than the traditional rocking chair. Youll end up using it more than you might think, especially in your babys first year. Moms and dads will spend many hours throughout the day and night feeding and soothing their newborn, and a supportive, comfortable chair makes everyone happier. Even after using it in the nursery it makes a great piece of furniture and a very comfortable addition to any room. Nursery Gliders can often range from just over $400 to $1,000, so a glider can feel like a splurge, especially at the high end, but dont let that prevent you from getting one of the most useful parts of your nursery.
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