Is the smell from polyurethane toxic to frogs?

We are installing wood floors, They are putting a sealant on, which I am guessing is polyurethane. Will it be necessary to remove frogs from house in addition to the birds, dogs, goldfish and guppies?


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2 Responses to “Is the smell from polyurethane toxic to frogs?”

  • Steven J:

    Yes, it gets in the air and is worse on smaller lunged animals.

    Professional applicators wear masks to clean the air that breathe. There are no such masks for the animals.

  • dusty8940:

    It probably would not kill them, but it is probably best to remove the frogs. My company does sealing/finishing in homes with pet, fish, birds etc all the time and we have never had any problem with any pets dying as a result.

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