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Re: Antifreeze product questions

>Date: Sun, 27 Sep 1998 16:07:36 -0400
>From: adamnelson@juno.com
>Subject: Re: Antifreeze product questions
>I have used both Sierra and Prestone's Low Tox. These are both phosphate
>free ethylene glycol anti freezes as specified for Audi and Volkswagen.
>They also sell for around $6.00 a gallon.

I assume "Low Tox" must stand for "low toxicity", so I wonder how this can
be a valid description of _any_ "ethylene glycol antifreezes"? Anyone know
if significant lowering of toxicity results simply by eliminating phosphate
from ethylene glycol antifreeze?  Maybe like a 32 cal. slug is less toxic
than a .45.

Phil Rose				Rochester, NY
'89 100 (For Sale, 111K, automatic)
'91 200q				mailto:pjrose@servtech.com