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How Dangerous Are Household Cleaning Products? [Infographic]

How Dangerous Are Household Cleaning Products? [Infographic]
Design & Architecture

Just how safe is your home? It could be lurking with dangerous toxic chemicals found in cleaning products that are harmful to your health and the environment.

Yi Chen
  • 14 september 2011

The products that we use to clean our homes such as furniture polish, window cleaner, and dishwasher detergent, could be filling our homes with dangerous toxins. These chemicals have been linked to cancer and also cause harmful poison exposure in adults and especially young children.

This infographic below reveals how common household cleaners use chemicals that can cause skin irritations, wreak havoc on your health and be harmful to the environment. It also highlights safer alternatives for a cleaner home, such as the all-purpose vinegar that can cut grease and remove mildew, to using olive oil to polish wooden surfaces.

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