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Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Re the video Formaldehyde = Dead Pets, Sick People on this website, had this same thing not happened to my family in our new residence I would have said it was bs. But after my dogs became seriously ill on the new carpets and my son and I lost our health and continue to battle our toxic systems over 2 years later. Its a nightmare you cant wake from.