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Musty Chairs

Question from Audrey   My dining room chairs (upholstered seat) are very musty smelling.   I put baking soda on one (experimenting with just one seat) overnight and vacuumed it up in the morning – no help.  I have read that a mixture of vinegar and water...

LL Bean has Plastic in Their T-Shirts

Question from Bonnie   I was talking to a products specialist at LL Bean tonight asking about elastic in a T- shirt cuff. I decided to make sure elastic was not in their regular long sleeve shirts. Both the product specialist and I were surprised to learn a...

Particle Board Sealer

Question from Diana   I recently purchased some Ikea bedroom furniture, billy bookshelves,malm dresser and bedside table. I was too impulsive on the buy because the price was  right. I realized this after closer inspection. I have been trying to find safe coat...

Non-Toxic Couch

Question from Elizabeth   Would like to find a Sleek non toxic couch or sectional that is not takes up lot of room but has a firm support and not sinks in wile sitting on it, also gives firm support for the back . Frame and legs are only solid wood . Seating...

Incontinence Pads

Question from Janet   Elyte also makes Organyc incontinence pads. I am not convinced either are completely nontoxic? Elyte (Super) does not hold it’s shape, & the adhesive is weak. It thus comes out of place. The heaviest Organyc is not long enough. For...

Sweater

Question from Bonnie   I remember Debra wrote cotton plus polyester blend fabric has formaldehyde added. I looked at sweaters -st. john bay from JCP which have cotton plus nylon. Macy’s Karen Scott sweaters have cotton plus acrylic, but I did find some...

Paint Gasses Smell

Question from Debra   I painted an old childhood piece of furniture with Kitz oil based sealer. I waited two days to dry and then I painted it with a latex paint which you could use on furniture. The smell is horrible. It’s getting better with the fan that’s...

“Ceramic-Coated” Pan

Question from Darshana   When you are researching again, would you take a look at this popular “ceramic-coated” pan? I think it’s also the same company that advertises on TV (just started watching some TV again when I can’t choose what to do!)  And it looks so...

Dehumidification

Question from Patricia   We live in a 600 square foot condo in a cool, very damp and humid climate on the northern oregon coast.  I am researching ways to decrease indoor humidity to decrease mold etc. as our humidity can be well over 50%. We do not have central...

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