Need Freon TF Substitute for Head Cleaning

From: Bill Dawson <>
Date: Tue Jul 11 22:26:29 2000

-> On Tue, 11 Jul 2000, Sellam Ismail wrote:
-> > Um, before you do that, please know that is is most
-> probably illegal to
-> > send such a substance through the mail. I'd check with
-> the post office
-> > and different carriers before you just sent a bottle of
-> that stuff off.
-> Excellent suggestion... not to mention the possible illegality of
-> shipping it. One never know's what it's illegal to to transport
-> between states; just the other day, I learned that it's a federal
-> crime to send or sell someone, in certain states, water hyacinths for
-> a pond, for example.
-> --
-> R. D. Davis

Like I posted earlier, ORM-D. This stuff can be shipped UPS as long as
the package is labeled properly. It is not corrosive, it is not
flammable, it is not explosive. Hell, they ship a lot worse all the
time. What do you consider to be the _big_ danger of shipping Trichlor?

I have a Class-A CDL with Hazmat endorsement. I know what I am talking
about. I sure wouldn't have offered it if I didn't.


Bill Dawson
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Received on Tue Jul 11 2000 - 22:26:29 BST

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