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#1 of 3 Old 04-29-2008, 12:30 PM - Thread Starter
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Are these bad for the enviroment? I know they are by-product of the production of plastic. So would this be a good use of reusing product already out there. Anyone know anything about this?
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I don't know anything about how they affect the environment, but I do know I would have a hard time living without them!

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ick, no. These things are crap, and potentially dangerous. They are a very fine abrasive, which can do a whole lota damage to your skin (kids' skin) and furniture/walls/whathaveyou.

All you really need is a sponge and baking soda work for any scrubbing purposes. For other things, I use rubbing alcohol, vinegar, or hydrogen peroxide and maybe a clay eraser.
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