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  • PVC plastics off-gas toxins and are generally regarded as not a good item to have in your house. I had used some PVC decals in my daughter's room unwittingly and though they had been up for months, and probably all the off-gassing has been done, I decided to remove them once I knew. I was able to replace the decorative items with safely made removable wall designs from Pop & Lolli! (I highly recommend them.)

    Amy Ziff
    Answered by Amy Ziff
    2 years ago
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