Are all cleaning chemicals dangerous?



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    Most cleaning chemicals are dangerous. In fact, if you use proper care then you can make good use of them. In a more eco perspective view, cleaning chemicals are bad for the environment and for our health. They release toxins in to our bodies and they take to much energy and production use in factories to make them. They affect the waterways and wildlife; some of these chemicals include phosphates, petroleum, chlorine and biodegredability. Check to find exclusive green cleaning products, you can also find many disocunts on this website. 🙂 

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    Some chemicals used for cleaning, like vinegar, baking soda, and borax are quite safe and effective. They are also very inexpensive compared to heavily marketed products with trumped-up claims. Making your own cleaning products from a few basic chemicals is a great way to save money and help the environment at the same time. It is also fun because you can choose your own scents by adding different essential oils.

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    Cleaning products were responsible for nearly 10% of all toxic exposures reported to U.S. Poison Control Centers. Cleaning ingredients differ in the type of health hazard they pose. Some cause acute, or instant, hazards like skin or respiratory irritation, chemical burns, or watery eyes, while others are related with chronic, or long-term, effects like cancer.

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    When bleach is mixed with acids (usually found in toilet bowl cleaners), it reacts with them to form chlorine gas. When it is mixed with ammonia, it can create chloramine gas, another toxic substance.

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