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July 17, 2012


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john stuart

I recently noticed when cleaning a Jack LaLane black power juicer from Wall Mart, I noticed a silvery green haze washing on to my black kitchen sink, & noted it more after the second use when I only rinsed the hard plastic parts with just cold water.
I guess most people don't have a black sink, but I do, and I notice in the light that the hard plastic parts have also a silver green haze. what is it? an oil used in the manufacruring?


Thanks for sharing information about baby bottles

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