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    Question about using vinegar and baking soda on subfloor - won't hurt subfloor?

    UPDATE: I talked it over with my husband and started googling about water-based paints and subfloors and we're not going to paint. We got down and sniffed at what we had treated so far, and since the odor is now gone and we'll have underlayment on top of the subfloor and then the vinyl planks...
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    Question about using vinegar and baking soda on subfloor - won't hurt subfloor?

    Thank you. The mold remediation person said that water-based Kilz 3 would be fine, as it's very low VOC, and we double-checked with our flooring installer who said the water-based Kilz 3 should be ok, but to let it dry 24hrs before they come out to install the vinyl floor over it. The can said...
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    Question about using vinegar and baking soda on subfloor - won't hurt subfloor?

    Thank you. The mold remediation specialist said it would be ok to use the Kilz 3 which is water based, and the flooring installer said to give it 24 hours to dry before they install the vinyl flooring. We did half of a room a few weeks ago with 1 coat of the Kilz 3 water-based paint on the...
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    Question about using vinegar and baking soda on subfloor - won't hurt subfloor?

    Question about particle board subfloor and pet urine. Was told to spray enzymatic pet urine cleaner and let it dry, then spray white vinegar (undiluted), let it dry, then spritz with baking soda dissolved in water and let it dry. Then I'm supposed to apply Kilz paint. Well I've done all...
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