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The Green File / La filière verte > Comment "Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404" > Comment "Re: Tom's B-404"

Re: Tom's B-404
by George Davidson, posted on 8:01 AM, March 18, 2011
If you look at the two ingredients its not that bad of a product, I think the warnings are just lawyer talk

01 VEGETABLE OILS MIXTURE 65.0 %
02 ISOBUTANE 75-28-5 40.0 %

The percentages are less than, which leaves a 5% overlap for sloppiness - again more lawyer stuff

This also is the same make-up as Pam cooking spray, which makes it a great SpudGun propellant, just not sure if the veggie oils are eatable.

I would continue to use it to froth you coffee Ross, just make sure to drink it away from an open flame or sparks.

George
    Re: Tom's B-404
    by James McKernan, posted on 2:28 PM, August 14, 2011
    I wonder if the production of this product is more sustainable.
    Perhaps non-toxic is a separate idea than sustainable or more sustainably manufactured.
    After all many poisons are natural, though hardly non-toxicemoticon
    cheers
    James
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