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Don't breathe it in
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Does it work like hair spray? How long is it good for?
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This product is highly carcinogenic
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Too good to be true lol

Teflon spray huh. Wonder what type of weird film it puts
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It doesn't last that long but cooking spray like Pam can be used on shovels and snow blowers. WD-40 in a spray can works as well but breathing that In isn't good either.
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Can I coat whole car with this and prevent snow piling up on it so I don't have to push it off after a heavy snowfall
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Movie dark waters says your guts are going to swell up.....
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Please. Don't buy this product. I grew up in Marietta Ohio, less than 20 miles from dupont Washington works plant. Our water is full of c8 a pfoa. Stop producing this stuff and stop putting it out in the world. I'm missing most of my family tree to industrial diseases from stuff like this. Just stop. My mom once worked at the dupont plant. I can't move back to my family farm because it is in the toxic plume of the Washington works plant and ruined for years.
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Can I coat whole car with this and prevent snow piling up on it so I don't have to push it off after a heavy snowfall
Sure, if you buy about five cans. I wouldn't put it on a new car because there's no telling what it might do to the paint.

Make sure you don't spray it on a dirty or wet car. Also, don't spray it on a windy day because you don't want to breathe the fumes.

Definitely don't spray it on your brakes or tires or you might not be able to stop.
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Looks good for my snowblower!
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Anyone seen the movie Dark Waters?
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I am genuinely curious now but is putting this stuff on nonstick pans safe? I know everything on the market has Teflon coating but people here are saying it's harmful. I've cooked with Aluminum and stainless steel mainly out of experience of having the nonstick coating peeling off into our food such as in our rice cooker which is why relatively few of our pans are nonstick in general since it wears out
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I am genuinely curious now but is putting this stuff on nonstick pans safe? I know everything on the market has Teflon coating but people here are saying it's harmful. I've cooked with Aluminum and stainless steel mainly out of experience of having the nonstick coating peeling off into our food such as in our rice cooker which is why relatively few of our pans are nonstick in general since it wears out
Definitely don't cook with it. That flaking off is really bad. I avoid aluminum too. Contributes to alzheimers. But the production of Teflon is bad as well as the consumer use of products containing it. I only cook with stainless steel and cast iron.
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Too good to be true lol

Teflon spray huh. Wonder what type of weird film it puts
The kind that leeches off, and eventually ends up in your kidney's...This should NOT be allowed...Enjoy your cancer, everyone! Mad
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