Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2004 22:37:35 GMT
Reply-To: "mrsafetyman**At_Symbol_Here**" <mrsafetyman**At_Symbol_Here**JUNO.COM>
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From: "mrsafetyman**At_Symbol_Here**" <mrsafetyman**At_Symbol_Here**JUNO.COM>
Subject: Re: Managing Chemicals with stench characteristics
Comments: To: approval1**At_Symbol_Here**

I would like to recommend the wax thing also but i would like to take it just a tad further and additionally recommend a technique similar to wineries. Try the utiliztion of a wax cork in addition to the screw cap or an ordinary wine bottle cork I have found has helped significantly reduce stench. The caps are CHEAP! I have also seen a chemical lab that utilized an expansive foam similar to "great stuff" that is sparyed in to the neck area and then the cap screw is applied and taped or waxed. UPS also list recommendations for stench packaging that you may want to refer to at ________________________________________________________________ Get your name as your email address. Includes spam protection, 1GB storage, no ads and more Only $1.99/ month - visit today!

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