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From: "sispumbaa"
Date: 2009-04-03 18:51:21 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Washing Feeding Syringes

I am pretty positive that most tuberculin syringes (which are the ones that I use for medications) are made of polypropylene. This plastic is bpa/phytoestrogen-free.


--- In, "Sukie Crandall" <sukie@...> wrote:
> I'd worry about that. Vinegar is acidic, and some plastics do
> leach pseudoestrogens so unless someone who knows more
> like one of our chemist members, or lab tech members, or
> vet members, or others pops in with info on which plastics
> it would be okay to use that with and how to tell which
> plastic is which I'd avoid it.
> --- In, soft breeze <softbreeze2477@> wrote:
> >
> > how about vinegar? for cleaning the syringes?
> > i use it mixed with water to clean the water bottle.
> >


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