Cpap machine on the floor hoping whatever is being emitted is lighter than air. My mood and energy levels have suffered since arrive of second piece. Research provides a lot of data that I am not alone in my suffering. Had I known the furniture was made with OSB I would have never bought it.
Trying to make the manufacturer fix it (ie remove and refund) would be a battle I am likely gonna loose, be expensive in the process and then I would have to sit on a concrete floor.
What to do?
I have considered vacuum bagging the furniture in an attempt to speed the outgassing with a shop vac but they are not made to run for extended periods of time and would the reduced pressure be enough to do the job?.
I have considered making a hotbox but how much heat for how long and how much can the furniture and the mechanicals take?
Combine both of the above?
Build a box with a lot of internal bracing, wrap in plastic and connect my vacuum pump and do some serious pressure reduction and vac pump is made for continuous operation but again WTH will that do to the furniture?
At this point the only solution I see is installing an ECMotor and refillable VOC removing filter trays in the central HVAC system. Cost about $700 I can ill afford right now.
Updated: Philips Respironics System One (60 Series)
RemStar BiPAP Auto with Bi-FlexModel 760P -
Rise Time x3 Fixed Bi-Level EPAP 9.0 IPAP 11.5 (cmH2O)