Thanks, Richard, but I'm afraid I wasn't clear. I meant to ask about
the pros + cons of D5 as an aid to solving the actual tape play problems.
At 03:02 PM 10/9/2012, you wrote:
>In a private note to me, Duane Goldman kindly pointed out that there
>are care and handling instructions in the report from Environment
>Canada that I linked to in my blog post.
>I would also suggest looking for MSDS for the chemical, and will
>update the blog post with a link or two.
>On the other hand, D5 is widely used in personal care products to
>provide the "slippery" feel in shampoos and soaps. We are putting a
>lot of this on our bodies and hair on a regular basis, so, if
>concern is warranted, I think it should be directed towards the
>personal care industry (and there are some grass roots issues in
>that area, although the weight of the data appeared not too strong
>in the Environment Canada report). Hence my comment about getting it
>while the getting is good. Who knows what will happen next year.
>D5 is also used for "green" dry cleaning.
>On 2012-10-09 10:42 AM, Richard L. Hess wrote:
>>After much research I found a reasonable source for D5 here in
>>Canada and they will ship to the U.S.A.
>>You may find the info at the top of my blog page at the moment.
>>or go directly there
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