Re: 10 people sent samples.
Posted by Maureen on October 12, 2002 at 16:07:17:
I don't understand the giving me the benefit of the doubt statement.
Sarah is a hair henna. If anyone ordered that from me, they ordered
henna for hair. There is a difference between these two sorts of
products. Why would hair henna be part of this testing? Whether or
not it will go through a fine metal tip has no relevance with hair
henna. That confuses me. That sort of information regarding what a
person bought and the intended purpose and how it gets listed on the
list is also very important. Someone has to order the hair product
from me to get Sarah. Has to. No other way for them to get it. If
they ordered a hair product, why did they send in a sample for
testing when you are testing for criteria for things like how well it
goes through the tip and how much leaf and stem might be there. This
sort of stuff is really about the control of those samples.
Yes, I read what was on the list. But you know what my issue is.
I see that Mark has made a suggestion further up and that you have
commented back. I will read that and see where this is. Maybe there
is something there that can tighten this up. I hope there is.
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