odorless paint

odorless paint

A paint such as a water-base latex paint or an oil- or alkyd-base paint which contains an odorless mineral spirit as a thinner; produces a minimum amount of odor during application.
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Notable green aspects of the project include underground utilities, solar-powered green roofs, and the use of sustainable materials such as engineered wood, low-emissivity glass, odorless paint, permeable pavers that direct stormwater into a containment pond, and other natural and recycled components.
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