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Tea (tannic acid) as a cat dander neutralizer

Posted by bungalow_mikee z10 CA (emailthis@yahoo.com) on
Fri, Jul 4, 03 at 19:42

I thought this was the allelopathy had somethign to do with allergies! ehehhehe

Has anyone used strong black tea to neutralize
dust mite and cat dander? I did a google search this morning and found that tannic acid is great to neutralize cat dander.

Also has anyone ever become immune to cat dander?
I want to pet my kitten without washing my hands right away before a sneezing fit!


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RE: Tea (tannic acid) as a cat dander neutralizer

Are you asking about rinsing your cat in tea? Perhaps you want to ask in the Pets forum.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pets forum at ThatHomeSite


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