I live in a town home that has an attached garage on the first floor… second floor is the living room and third floor are the bedrooms. My parrots are on the second floor and my jewelry room is above that on the third floor. The jewelry room has one sliding window and I have a fan facing the window blowing out and a Quattro gold vacuum. I Only use citric acid as my pickle or penny brite. I want to see if anyone has experience with working with parrots in their house as they have very sensitive respiratory systems. I have really limited the work I do because I am anxious about what could happen to them. Does anyone have any experience or advice? I rent my townhome so I can’t do any renovations for better ventilation. Also, was thinking about putting a bench in my attached garage to do some enameling and any feedback would be great. I just want to do what I love and keep my parrots safe.
( *I stopped using my smith torch and use a max flame butane torch now
- jool tool with vacuum attached as well
- foredom hood And fish bowl attachment and the vacuum attached to the back)