Rene J Buesa
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Mon Feb 12 08:34:31 CST 2007
First of all try to get the MSDS of the product you are going to start using because some of them are not as innocuous as they alledge to be; some may have TWA and STEL values as high as the product they are intended to substitute. Beware!
Michelle Perrins <Michelle.Perrins <@t> uct.ac.za> wrote:
I am trying out a xylene substitute, namely Ottix Plus as well as Ottix
Shaper(alcohol substitute) in my rotary tissue processor and in my
I would like to know if anybody has heard of/tried this product or any
other xylene substitute and what your comments are.
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