March 6, 2019
I got a TF2 Trifield meter for xmas and have found I have very high levels of RF in my house. In some spots, the meter is pegged (over 20,000 uW/M2). I bought Woremore shielding paint and put one coat on so far. The levels have dropped quite a bit, but still getting a few 100 uW in some places (and the spikes are higher). The lowest (in center of room) can be about 4 to 15 uW/M2, which is pretty good. But why are the walls still high? Will they calm down with another coat?
Wondering how low I need to get the bedroom?
And then what about my dining-kitchen, which is getting blasted? How do I do a room that has a stairway going up?
Anyone have experience with painting interiors and results etc…??
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