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1962Re: [Marbling] Re: Allergies

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  • Steve Bryant
    Sep 20, 2003
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      My grandfather had Alzheimer's -- it's not a nice thing. My prayers go out to anyone who is dealing with this condition. Anyway, Mom started using copper bottom cooking utensils. Later, I read that aluminum may not be that big of a factor. Cynthia
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: gretchen vansant
      To: Marbling@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 8:55 AM
      Subject: Re: [Marbling] Re: Allergies

      <marblehead@...> wrote:

      Aluminum in any form is a suspected cause of dementia/Alzheimers. This hasn't yet been proven, but it's something to think about when handling alum.


      --- On Mon 09/15, sixshort < sixshort@... > wrote:
      From: sixshort [mailto: sixshort@...]
      To: Marbling@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2003 12:29:37 -0000
      Subject: [Marbling] Re: Allergies

      -Thanks for all the replies re chemical hazards of handling paints,

      alum, solvents etc. I take the utmost care, always rub lanolin or

      barrier cream into my hands, wear dispoable latex gloves, take care

      not to inhale any powdered paints or alum etc. so will have to do

      some sleuth work to find out just what is causing the sneezing when I

      start working with the paints, opening jars and so on. Perhaps

      supermarket disposable gloves are not resistant to

      chemicals . . . . .

      I think that newcomers to marbling should be made aware of the

      potentially dangerous chemicals they will be using, and trained in

      the routine use of safety measures. Many of us have come to marbling

      with no previous training in such things, and only a hazy

      recollection of chemistry lessons at school. After a couple of years

      of marbling it finally dawned on me that I should take safety

      precautions seriously!-- Joan Ajala

      In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, irisnevins wrote:

      > Wonder why they use it in pickling then? I have been tasting my

      papers many

      > years, if I forgot to mark the alumed side!

      > irisnevins


      > Message text written by INTERNET:Marbling@yahoogroups.com

      > >Gail MacKenzie wrote:I am glad that alum, as a

      > hazard, came up. Ask for a safety data sheet

      > from your supplier. It will tell you that alum should not be

      inhaled, wash

      > off skin immediately and do not get it in your eyes. It is an

      irritant and

      > 1 scant teaspoon (you know it tastes like unsweetened lemon lime


      > is

      > a fatal dose for the average adult!!

      > <

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