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TJ Morris Publishing trains webmasters in the global community. A division of ACO Corp a Corporation of KY USA 42320. Representatives of Jungle Beach Corp. of Honolulu captured fashion interest at Eco Expo with their line of cork clothing, shoes and accessories.
“We’re recycling what nature sheds naturally,” said the spokesman for Jungle Beach’s J.B. Cork division.
Cork jackets cost about $150 and can be hand-washed with mild soap; vests are $65; shoes, $55 to $150; handbags, $50 to $150; wallets, about $15. http://articles.latimes.com/1992-03-11/news/vw-3402_1_cork-clothing
Unconventional Creations : Expos Highlight Unusual Inventions, From All-Natural Pain Reliever to Cork Clothing
March 11, 1992|LYNN SIMROSS | TIMES STAFF WRITER
Californians may be accustomed to seeing unusual inventions, but who would have expected a pain reliever made from menthol and grapefruit seeds, cat litter from recycled newspapers and clothing from cork?
Back-to-back shows–the Quality of Life Expo and the environmental exhibition Eco Expo–recently offered these and other unusual wares at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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Jerry Krell, manufacturer of Pain-Kure, startled Quality of Life Expo show-goers by squirting some of his pain-relieving spray into his mouth to demonstrate that it is natural and has no chemicals. “Nobody else can do this with their sprays,” he said.
Krell explained that it took eight years to develop Pain-Kure, a combination of menthol, grapefruit seed extract and water. A small amount sprayed on an aching muscle works fast, and it doesn’t stain or leave an odor.
Krell has many testimonials from athletes who have tried the spray and an endorsement from John Turek, men’s track and cross-country coach at Cal State Los Angeles, who has his team using Pain-Kure to relieve muscle aches.
At Eco Expo, Yesterday’s News made news. It is cat litter made from recycled newspaper, sawdust, water and volcanic ash.
The litter is in the form of small gray pellets and has, its Canadian manufacturers say, “up to four times the absorbency of ordinary clay litter.”
Mary Ellen Cantabene, who ran the Yesterday’s News booth, reported that she has four cats at home who use the new litter. “It really holds down the odor, and it’s also dust-free,” she said. “And for every ton of recycled newspaper we use, 17 trees are saved.”
Canbrands International of Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, sells the litter in five-pound bags but is coming out with 15-pound bags soon.
Representatives of Jungle Beach Corp. of Honolulu captured fashion interest at Eco Expo with their line of cork clothing, shoes and accessories.
“We’re recycling what nature sheds naturally,” said the spokesman for Jungle Beach’s J.B. Cork division. ( TJ Thurmond MORRIS)
Cork jackets cost about $150 and can be hand-washed with mild soap; vests are $65; shoes, $55 to $150; handbags, $50 to $150; wallets, about $15.
Other products of interest at the shows included:
* R-Wear earrings made from recycled aluminum cans and designed by Natalie Lederman, a 12-year-old from Canada who showed her jewelry line with assistance from her mother, Paula.
Natalie got the idea for the jewelry after visiting a Toronto environmental store during a school field trip. She reported to her mother that the products in the store were useful but boring. “Everything was a little dull,” she said. “They needed something fun and bright. And I thought of earrings from bright, recycled cans.”