We recently (end of January 2021) purchased Benjamin Moore's Natura paint for my toddler's room. We picked this paint because multiple websites (not sure if sponsored) assured us that it is was a non-toxic, zero VOC, and zero smell paint. We had a short window of opportunity to repaint our son's room and given that it was a fast drying paint, we decided to use it. Unfortunately, we are not a happy customer. The PAINT DOES SMELL and it has not gone away for the past 2 weeks. We have both windows wide open with a Dyson HEPA air purifier going 24/7 since it was painted. We also read that you can put bowls of vinegar around the room, use baking soda, and even onion (yes, we were that desperate!) to help neutralize the smell. To no avail, nothing seems to be working! I contacted Benjamin Moore to see if they have had any bad batches (apparently, they recalled a bunch of Natura paint per the thread above), and if they have any solutions. After mentioning everything we've tried to get rid of the smell, the rep kept repeating that "all paint smells, and some people are more sensitive to it" and that "we should keep the window open and have a fan going." Thanks for the useless tips! We've been doing that and more for the past 2 weeks, and the smell is still there and isn't getting any better! We even had others smell the room and they all agree it smells like paint. We do not feel comfortable putting our son in the room with this smell. He is not sleeping well because he is in our room and we desperately want to get him back into his room. It looks like the only option we have is to sand the room and repaint it with another paint. Never buying Benjamin Moore paint again! Terrible customer service and useless solutions. In hindsight, I should have known better to not only google search for no smell paint, but also read the reviews. After seeing the reviews on this forum, I know that I am not "just more sensitive" as the rep accused me.