Buddhist Chemist Invents Non-Toxic Paint Stripper

Buddhist Chemist Invents Non-Toxic Paint Stripper

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paint stripperA Buddhist chemist quietly plying his trade in B.C.’s Fraser Valley may be on the verge of curing one of ­humanity’s most poisonous ­practices — stripping paint.

Kham Thiphavong of Maple Ridge has developed a water-based paint remover he believes will address the world’s growing revulsion with lethal chemical strippers.

Thiphavong’s family of eco-friendly cleaning products blends his 35 years of experience in the paint industry with Buddhism’s 2,500 years of compassion for life forms.

 

(READ the full story, w/ photo, from the Province)

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