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Bamboo based Diffusors by Auralex

DIYer

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Flint said:


From what I read, going "green" refers to using recyclable materials. So, technically, using bamboo isn't adhering to the definition but since bamboo is not tree (it's grass), there is a market. Wait till grass huggers find out about this.
 

yromj

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The bamboo manufacturers are really pushing the whole "green" thing. Like using cotton is so detrimental to the environment.

John
 

Rope

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Famous
If you purchase the bamboo diffusors, you're automatically opted out for adoption of Quala and Gorilla. They'll eat you out of diffusors. :teasing-neener:

Rope
 

malsackj

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Dont plant that bamboo or your land will be taken over by the bamboo forest. Bamboo is in the grass family and it sends it's shoots everywhere.
 

Botch

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I replaced my kitchen floor just over a year ago when I put together my new HT system. I was going to go with bamboo, but it's losing favor, I guess it fades unevenly under sunlight.
 
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