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Pat A. Slaven

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Background Information

Employment History

Textile Engineer

Consumers Union


Web References(76 Total References)


ConsumerReports.org staff

consumerreports.org [cached]

Sr. Project LeadersGinny Lui, Pat Slaven


How to Choose Bath Towels That Last

www.ibeimon.com [cached]

"Most manufacturers coat towels with a fabric softening finish that feels soft to your hand, but it wears off after a wash or two," says Pat Slaven, a textile engineer at Consumer Reports.


A response to USA Today and their sins of omission | The Truth About Amway

www.thetruthaboutamway.com [cached]

They also cited Pat Slaven of Consumer Reports, on the value of Amway's SA-8 powder.


Steam Iron Buying Guide - How to choose?

www.consumersearch.com [cached]

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.


www.cozyearth.com

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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