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Thanks, I was worried about the inhalant issue. We have two hair salons and
a barber shop all also do nails. The management had a major complaint from
me when this first started. I complained, shut down the museum, and sent
staff home. They all had their doors into the lobby open and the smell was
worse than when they repainted and varnished the floors of the club upstairs
(I shut down on that day also). The new tenants had to put in new
ventilation systems and they are required to keep their lobby doors shut. We
are required to keep our lobby door open, because it is an emergency exit to
for the lobby into the garage.
Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
From: E Jane Beckwith [ejb35]
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 11:08 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: restarting dead markers
I think it probably works with permanent markers, but not water based.
Fingernail polish remover is highly toxic as an inhalent, as are some of the
permanent markers, so this is a health/safety issue in schools.
I have not tried it myself. Just wanted to pass on the cautio
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