What happens to Krylon, the product? And what happens when Krylon is exposed to the moisture and air pollution in a home? To understand these questions and the answers, I spoke by phone to Bob Sowinski, who is Krylon’s chief marketing officer and was a guest at an informal meeting the three of us were all invited to on June 7 at the Krylon headquarters here in New York City.
Before we start, I want to reiterate that I was not paid by Krylon to give this interview and also do not speak for the company. Instead I was invited to participate because of my deep experience with the companies.
1. I have a great deal of experience with Krylon and have used it for more than 20 years. Krylon product is safe to the skin and it does not leach into food or water that I know of. What are some of the risks that you have found in your research?
If you look at a lot of the studies that have been done on it, they have generally shown positive results. There is a risk with it, and a lot of our research has looked at it.
The risks that have been reported generally involve some degree of dermatitis that occurs at the time of application. If you do a wash and toner application or apply over skin, there is some risk there. The reason it’s on the dermatitis list is because there was an application that occurred when we were going through the trial with our customers where the dermatitis was associated with the formulation of our formulations that they were used to. In those cases, we switched to a different product with a formulation that has a different formulation. That formulation is safer and they are able to address the problem much better now. Krylon product is still very beneficial that we continue to market, and I’ve actually been on the company web site and found some information on it that is still helpful.
There are risks associated with the manufacturing process of the manufacturing process that have some benefit in terms of manufacturing it correctly. These risks are very low, and there is no concern of serious adverse effects associated with the use of Krylon as your first-aid solution for skin conditions.
2. Why is Krylon so important to people who have skin conditions? How many people have used it for skin conditions?
My personal experience with Krylon has been very good. Krylon does help a lot of people with skin conditions with acne, dry skin, and those like psoriasis. It
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