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Hydrocarbon Spray Product CR Packaging Review On CPSC Agenda

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is planning to review a new test method to determine the applicability of cautionary labeling and child-resistant packaging for hydrocarbon-containing aerosol/trigger/pump spray products that expel their contents in a stream, according to the agency

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