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DO YOU HAVE TOXIC ROOMS?
Do you have these in your kitchen?
Chlorine Bleach - mixed with ammonia can release toxic chloramine gas.
Metal Polish - may contain petroleum distillates that can cause temporary eye clouding; longer exposure can cause nervous system, skin, kidneys and eye damage.
Glass Cleaner - may contain ammonia that can cause eye and lung irritation and headaches.
Disinfectant - may contain phenol and cresol that can cause diarrhea, fainting, dizziness, kidney and liver damage.
Furniture and Floor Polishes - may contain nitrobenzene that can cause skin discoloration, vomiting, and death and is associated with cancer and birth defects
Do you have these in your utility closet?
Spot Removers, Carpet Cleaners – can cause liver damage if ingested.
Mothballs – may contain naphthalene a suspected carcinogen the may cause eyes, blood, liver, kidneys, skin and central nervous system damage; paradichlorobenzene that can harm the central nervous system, liver and kidneys.
Spray Starch – may contain formaldehyde, a suspected carcinogen and phenol and pentachorophenol that may irritate the lungs.
Do you have these in your living room & bedroom?
"Wrinkle Resistant" or "Permanent Press" fabrics found in many no-iron sheets, curtains, bedding, sleep wear, woven fabrics and polyester blends - may be treated with formaldehyde.
Press Wood Products – many emit formaldehyde and other chemicals.
Carpeting or Synthetic Fibers – many are treated with pesticides and fungicide.
Do you have these in your bathroom?
Shampoo – many contain cresol, formaldehyde, glycols, nitrates/nitrosamines and sulfur compounds.
Hair Spray – many contain butane propellants as well as formaldehyde resins.
Fragrance, Lotion, Creams and Moisturizers – may contain phenols, glycols, fragrances and heavy metals.
Toilet Bowl Cleaner – may contain hydrochloric acid or sodium acid sulfate that can cause skin burns, cause vomiting, diarrhea, stomach burns and blindness.
Do you have these in your garage?
Paint Thinner – may contain chlorinated aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons that can cause liver and kidney damage.
Oil-based Paint – may contain mineral spirits that are a skin, eye, nose, throat and lung irritant. High air concentrations can cause nervous system damage, unconsciousness and death.
Wood Putty – may contain toluene, which is highly toxic and may cause severe damage.
Gasoline, Motor Oils – may contain petroleum hydrocarbons associated with skin and lung cancer
Do you have these in your yard or patio?
Pesticides – one of the most toxic substances found in most homes.
Charcoal Lighter Fluid – contains petroleum distillates that besides being flammable may contain benzene, a known human carcinogen.
Source: “Safe Substitutes at Home: Non-toxic Household Products.” Tennessee Valley Authority, Regional Waste Management Insititute.