02/23/2004: "Help prevent another Toxic Avenger!"
My studio space is just a corner of my living room on the second story of my house. There are no walls or anything that seperate from the livingroom, dining room or kitchen. So, all the fumes from the solvents and Liquin that I used kind of disperse throught the upstairs of my house, which is where I spend all of my time. The smell has been getting steadily stronger, and I can't always leave a window open because then it get's way too cold and also I don't want to waste heat.
So, I'm considering buying an air filter that works well on airborne chemicals in the studio but I have no idea about which ones work and which one's don't. I would appreciate any suggestions from artists who have some kind of filtration system set up where they paint (or do any other kind of art that produces noxtious odors).