Re: Fites control

From:Amos Brooks

    I've used peanut oil (Planters peanut oil to be specific) and it works
Amos Brooks

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Subject: RE: Fites control

> " it's not easy to find groundnut-oil (at least here in Europe), is
> possible to use other "brands" like olive-oil? "
> Alexander Nader
> Vienna, Austria
> The topic of ground-nuts has surfaced before, at which time I discovered
that the US members didn't generally know that there were a variety of
different names for ground-nuts, of which peanuts is the most common.
> Peanut oil is readily available in supermarkets here, and likely other
Euro countries.
> I note that "Annie in Africa", home of ground-nuts, uses sunflower oil
with good results. This does not surprise me. I guess the purpose of the oil
(any oil) is to ameliorate the dewaxing effect of xylene.
> Terry L Marshall B.A.(Law), M.B.Ch.B., F.R.C.Path
> Consultant Histopathologist
> Rotherham General Hospital, Yorkshire

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