Low/No-VOC PVA glue and Caulk
Just want to be sure I'm not missing anything ---from the reading I've done, it seems that most PVA woodworking glues are fairly nontoxic...We have specified no or low-VOC products for our remodel, but our contractor is not an expert in this area. They want to use Titebond II. It seems like a safe choice. Does anyone agree or have a better suggestion for a carpenter's (wood) glue -- aiming to have a minimal impact on indoor air quality--very limited off gassing.
Second question is caulk. Has anyone used a low-voc caulk and been happy with it? We are looking at AFM Safecoat, Chemlink products, or Ecobond. I would simply use AFM but have heard some conflicting reviews on durability.
Thanks so very much in advance!
Posted Aug 13, 2014 11:49 PM ET
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