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Pat A. Slaven

Position In Program Leader

Consumer Reports

HQ Phone:  (914) 378-2000

Email: p***@***.org

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Consumer Reports

101 Truman Avenue

Yonkers, New York,10703

United States

Company Description

Consumer Reports is the world's largest and most trusted nonprofit, consumer organization working to improve the lives of consumers by driving marketplace change. Founded in 1936, Consumer Reports has achieved substantial gains for consumers on health reform, ... more.

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Consumers Union


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Steam Iron Buying Guide - How to choose?

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Pat Slaven, an engineer for ConsumerReports.org interviewed by TheSweethome.com, claims that failure to do this is the main reason for spitting, dripping, and premature breakdowns.


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However, Pat Slaven, a textile expert at Consumer Reports, says that you just can't get that many threads on a loom.


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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.


ConsumerReports.org staff

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Sr. Project LeadersGinny Lui, Pat Slaven


Backpage at Send Love With Flowers

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


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