The link is from Cornell University which I think can be trusted and it says Copper Sulphate is very hazerdous and even when used as a pesticide the US EPA make manufacturers stamp "DANGER" on containers (even though they are not meant for direct use on people like Dynamiclear)
Are you not having the extreme burning I have seen reported on other message boards? I saw many people on other message boards say Dynamiclear burned so badly that some even had to seek medical attention, and others tried once and could never use again.
Chris did you find any other information that might clear these up. Truth be told I am so desperate I might still try a small amount so I am gathering all possible info. I must admit with Copper Sulphate being listed as hazerdous and dangerous by the EPA I am concerned for my health too.View Thread
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