- Not unless you can show that this was a commonly used nickname, and Googling it strongly suggests that it isn't. Fourohfour 17:59, 30 July 2007 (UTC)
Search wikipedia for information on Trichlorophenylmethyliodosalicyl and you get a redirect to this page. Trichlorophenylmethyliodosalicyl isn't TCP and TCP doesn't even contain it any more. I propose that however little wikipedia knows about this chemical, it should be on a separate page and may even get round to doing this. Quirkie 19:28, 6 September 2007 (UTC)
The whole basis of this article is factually wrong. TCP was first manufactured around 1918 and in the 1950's the main ingredient was changed. The product is owned by UK firm Chefaro which is a subsidiary of Omega Pharma who acquired the "TCP" brand in 2004.
Can the people who moderate these articles please either amend it or remove it because this article has been replicated on many sites and none is not correct. For something that is a bit more accurate and reliable, http://www.chemguide.co.uk/qandc/tcp.html