Thursday, July 11, 2019

Did You Know

Did you know there is now clothing you can buy with insect repellent built into it?
AND...
Thanks to Valeria at Bastelmania for hosting a cover reveal for ThunderTree yesterday.
Thanks to D.L. Finn for hosting a cover reveal for ThunderTree today. Here.

31 comments:

  1. I did know about clothing with built-in insect repellant, but wonder how it stands up to being washed.
    Love that your book is appearing widely.

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  2. That clothing sounds interesting. The insects have been feasting on me every time I go out, and now wasp season has begun, and I hate wasps! Thanks for the 'thanks'! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Ack! Insects just zap the fun out of being outside.
      Thanks for hosting me:)
      Hugs received and returned.

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  3. That's a new one on me. Always love your trivia, which is often off the wall, but truly useful information.

    Looks like others are getting the word of your ThunderTree book out there, too. I hope it's a great success.

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    1. Off the wall pretty much sums me up. Heh.
      Thanks for ThunderTree's well wishes. Much appreciated. As is all the help from blogger buds.

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  4. Good luck.
    Many blessings.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  5. I knew about it, but the fire hazard clothing has cancer causing chemicals in them, supposedly, so I wonder what they have.

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  6. What Pat said. Besides, wouldn't a couple washes take it right out?

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    1. Good questions. Definitely worth researching.

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    1. Hi Anne.
      I don't know how well it works or how safe, but I found the idea intriguing.

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  8. Hope it works better than the sprays. I think the bugs are becoming immune

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  9. Hmmm, not sure I would buy that, it’s already bad enough that we put this poison on us that seeps into our skin but now we have it in the clothing. What if it seeps in when we wash it with other clothing? Plus, what Part said.

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  10. I didn't know about the insect repellent but it's a great idea, so long as it doesn't make you break out!

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  11. iz we see in.. what we think we iz see in... ore haz we had two much sun ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    ☺☺♥♥ happee week end two all ♥♥☺☺

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  12. Happy weekend to you too, FSG.

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  13. I didn't know about the insect repellent clothing, sounds a good idea.

    All the best Jan

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    1. It's an interesting concept, isn't it, Jan?

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  14. Wouldn't this new treatment turn up, say, in 5 years with huge warnings? Whenever there is a miracle cure, my warning light goes on.

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  15. I suppose it doesn't last forever.

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    1. Seems like it would wear out or wash out, doesn't it?

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  16. But will the repellent leap from the clothes up to my head and infect my brain, making me stoopider? Look! I don't even have the clothes and it's all ready hapening.

    Love,
    Jannnnnnieeeeeee

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  17. Really? That's cool!!!
    I am so happy your book is getting out there! Big Hugs!

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