Subject: do clothes like solarweave and solumbra really block out uv rays ?
Date: Mon May 24 21:18:38 1999
Posted by lynn
Grade level: undergrad
School: university of guelph
City: guelph State/Province: on
Area of science: Engineering
the makers of solumbra and solarweave claim that their products
block out almost 90% of uv rays, is it true? how does it work?
would it be better than using sunscreen?
Re: do clothes like solarweave and solumbra really block out uv rays ?
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