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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Safe Seal has no data to support claims?

On 12/22/10 10:24 AM, "Linda Kincaid" (nanosafety@gmail.com) wrote:

I tested Safe Seal on a couple of night stands, and it made no difference at all in formaldehyde emission.  Richard contacted the manufacture for test data.  After some waffling, the company admitted they have no data to support their claims that Safe Seal reduces formaldehyde emission.
 
Have the teacher contact me directly if she wants us to walk her through testing.  Perhaps we can identify sources and target specific changes that would help.  For starters, keep the windows open.
 
Linda