Hey guys, first time poster here, had a question about using the low-VOC oil based Killz for sealing in some pet odors. Currently in my bedroom I have bare plywood flooring, the homeowner bought a bunch of hardwood but has yet to get it installed. My cat had a couple of accidents in and around his litterbox which as I'm sure you know doesn't smell too good, so I was going to mask off a 6 foot by 6 foot area and lay down 2 or 3 good coats of Killz which should be simple enough. My only real question is, how long so I need to wait before I can move back into my room safely? It says it'll be dry to the touch after 30 minutes, and that I can apply another coat after an hour so i'll be able to get everything done in half a day, but I know even with being a low-VOC paint it's still going to put out some nasty vapors, since I've never painted with oil based paints before I thought it would be best to ask someone who has a bit of experience. Any info is greatly appreciated!