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Pat Slaven

Detergent Tester

Consumer Reports

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Consumer Reports

101 Truman Avenue

Yonkers, New York 10708

United States

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ConsumerReports.org is the fastest-growing Web site of its kind, with more than a million active paid subscribers. All site visitors have free access to helpful advice, safety alerts, recalls, e-Ratings of online commerce sites, and much more. Site subscr ... more

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Textile Engineer
Consumer Reports

Program Leader
Consumer Reports

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Backpage at Send Love With Flowers

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Then blot with plain water," says Pat Slaven, a textile engineer at Consumer Reports.


Today, "detergents are formulated with ...

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Today, "detergents are formulated with enzymes that kick into action even at 60 degrees Fahrenheit," says Pat Slaven, a chemical engineer who has worked as a detergent tester for Consumer Reports for 10 years.


Garments Tech

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Despite the plant origins of the bamboo, the polyester wins hands down, says Pat Slaven, a textile expert at Consumers Union in Yonkers, New York, which produces Consumer Reports magazine.

“Don’t get me wrong,� she says. “I love cotton, I love natural fibers, but polyester’s going to clothe the planet.�
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“It’s pretty outrageous at this point,� says Slaven, who recently testified before the Federal Trade Commission on “Bamboozled by Bamboo.�
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However, both Slaven and Sarnoff point out that manually manufactured bamboo â€" which feels like flax â€" doesn’t deserve to be tarnished with the same label.


Despite the plant origins of the ...

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Despite the plant origins of the bamboo, the polyester wins hands down, says Pat Slaven, a textile expert at Consumers Union in Yonkers, New York, which produces Consumer Reports magazine.

"Don't get me wrong," she says.
...
"It's pretty outrageous at this point," says Slaven, who recently testified before the Federal Trade Commission on "Bamboozled by Bamboo."
...
However, both Slaven and Sarnoff point out that manually manufactured bamboo - which feels like flax - doesn't deserve to be tarnished with the same label.


Formulas from Tide & Wisk Top Latest Test of Laundry Detergents: Consumer Reports http://pressroom.consumerreports.org/pressroom/

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"We put laundry detergents through rigorous testing to determine how well they perform," said Pat Slaven, a program leader for Consumer Reports.  "We pitch each product against seven hard-to-clean stains commonly found in households including red wine, grass, blood, chocolate and ring around the collar."

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