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Many chemically sensitive people must avoid going into stores due to the poor indoor air quality. The air quality is adversely affected by such things as products (paints, pesticides, laundry detergents, etc.), cleaning agents (artificial fragrances, strong 'industrial' strength chemicals, etc.), biocides (pesticides, herbicides, sanitizers, etc.) and room deodorizers (actually pesticides and petroleum components). Therefore, catalogs (and the WWW) are a preferred way to shop. A well thought of chemically sensitive person has been known to say 'Oh, I can go into a store ok, I just can't get back out.' Things like loosing motor control and going brain dead could tend to slow down an exit!

These listings have been gathered from various sources and are presented here with the intent to provide hard won information to anyone whom it may help. If you find that the names, phone numbers, addresses or such are out of date in any way, or you feel there is a significant change or addition which should be made to these resources, please be so kind as to Contact Us.

Disclaimer: We do not endorse people, products or services. We do not give medical advice. What works for one person does not necessarily work for another. Please check with health-care professionals of your own choice. I am not a doctor and I do not give medical advice. The author is a chemically injured person who is extremely chemically sensitive (reactive) and who has just had a lot of personal experience in trying to survive chemical insults and toxic exposures.

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