Zinc Oxide - in Popular Culture

In Popular Culture

  • Reflecting its many varied but relatively unobtrusive and unglamorous uses, zinc oxide was the theme of a spoof in The Kentucky Fried Movie as a short educational film Zinc Oxide and You.
  • In SpongeBob SquarePants, the lifeguards in Goo Lagoon use zinc oxide to make their noses white to show that they're a lifeguard.

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