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#60421 - 05/09/07 02:58 PM sealcoating  
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We are going to get our parking lot patched and sealcoated. Will the fumes be too harmful for Katie?

#60422 - 05/09/07 03:18 PM Re: sealcoating  
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I'm not sure, but if she were my bird I'd bring her to a relative for a while until the fumes were gone. Their little respiratory systems are so delicate that I wouldn't even want to risk hurting her.

#60423 - 05/09/07 03:24 PM Re: sealcoating  
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I was kind of worried, I don't like the fumes myself. I don't have a place to leave her, but maybe we can runaway for the day and by evening most the fumes will be gone.

#60424 - 05/09/07 03:46 PM Re: sealcoating  
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Hi we had our driveway sealcoated last summer. I put on the AC and kept everything closed. You couldn't smell it in the house. I'm on a lake so the breeze always comes across so that may have helped us too. Better safe than sorry. A day trip would be fun for everyone! Nancy


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