That's not much of a professional opinion. Well, what you said isn't much of anything unless you back it up. As I already mentioned, it has its drawbacks (like it's milky-color after it dries, among other things.)
ARe you going to let your comments stand unsubstantiated or should Susan and everyone else just try and figure out what you're trying to say? Bring it back, Robert, and share some real thoughts about water-based poly with us.
Oh, unless you've had asthema or bronchitis and the like, or had to wear a gas mask in Desert Storm, I don't think you'll ever be able to appreciate ANY type of respiratory health condition, or ever know how helpless a mask will make you feel when it's the only think between you and death itself. Yes, for some people, a respirator in a room of oil-based fumes from poly is like going under water in a shark tank w/o knowing if you're gonna be eaten alive or not. Please, be a little more sensitive here. She has respiratory issues; she's not healthy like YOU where suggesting a mask is 'the answer'.