What would be the best low VOC product to seal cedar to prevent its natural VOC emissions?
My wife is very sensitive to VOC's. We have an expensive 3 year old oak bedroom dresser and two matching nightstands with a total of 20 drawers that have dovetailed joints and cedar sides and backs. The cedar in the drawers is causing my wife headaches, and we will have to sell the furniture at quite a financial sacrifice unless I can find a low VOC coating of some kind, primer, polyurethane, whatever, to seal the cedar well enough to prevent its natural emissions. Any ideas as to what would work would be very appreciated.
Posted Oct 14, 2012 12:18 PM ET
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