On Monday, March 2, 2015 at 6:33:57 PM UTC-5, Frank wrote:
The CA test procedure is interesting too. It requires that the top layer
of the laminate be removed to fully expose the inside core where the
fomaldehyde is before testing. So, who knows what actual level exists
in the air of a typical building, for how long, etc with the actual product,
I had not gotten into the weeds on this but that is a very unrealistic
I am familiar with some painting tests where people were concerned about
a carcinogen in paints made from vinyl acetate. Turned out it was in
the can when manufactured but when paint was used it was completely
absent as it had reacted with other ingredients in the paint.
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