2 edition of Everyday chemicals. found in the catalog.
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He is also happy to receive e-mails from people with legitimate questions. Moreover, anyone who has sought to shake themselves free of its grasp and pursue better living on their own terms is looked at dubiously by the mainstream.
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In today’s post, we follow up on our popular Beginner’s Guide to Spa & Hot Tub Care, and get more granular with our newest installment: Spa Chemicals for Dummies. The book pictured is not a real book – not one that you can purchase, anyway.
And by no means am I calling our blog readers dummies; it’s just a fun title used for an in-depth informative guide on using hot tub chemicals.
Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie have updated a book they wrote ten year ago called Slow Death By Rubber Duck: How the Toxicity of Everyday Life Affects Our Health.
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