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OliveM:
The epoxy floors shouldn't have any odor to them. The only thing that I can think that might be causing the smell is that if there's no ventilation in the lanai, the air could get stale in there. The acrylic sliders may be off-gassing which can cause an odor if there's no ventilation. If you open the windows or let air flow through it, does the smell slowly go away?

refuge821:
Well, my reply suggestion is certainly not cheap, but it's also of use in other areas of the home for not only taking away toxic smells but viruses, etc.  We use a Boomerang Air Santizer to keep our home "detoxed" and maintain a healthier indoor environment, especially in winter when things are usually closed up where we live in Virginia. 

I know the Boomerang has been used in nail salons to clear out the smell, so that impressed me greatly before we purchased one.  Here's a website with information on them: 
www.boomerangairsanitizer.com

Marge:
 Just bought a home in Fl.  The lanai is enclosed with acrylic sliders.  The floor is painted with an epoxie paint.  We can't stand the smell of the room.  Any suggestions?

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