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Some of the common chemicals found in your home shouldn't be mixed together. It's one thing to say "don't mix bleach with ammonia", but it's not always easy to know what products contain these two chemicals. Here are some products you may have around the home that should not be combined.
Chlorine bleach is sometimes called “sodium hypochlorite” or “hypochlorite.” You will encounter it in chlorine bleach, automatic dishwashing detergents, chlorinated disinfectants and cleaners, chlorinated scouring powder, mildew removers, and toilet bowl cleaners. Do not mix products together. Do not mix them with ammonia or vinegar.
Read the labels of products in your home and follow instructions for proper use. Many containers will state the most common dangers from interaction with other products.
Household Chemical Disposal
Throwing your Household chemicals in the garbage or putting them down the drain can be dangerous to your family and the environment.
Infant fire safety is one of the most important things to think about as a parent. Know what to do to keep your child safe.
Baby proofing is extremely important, but remember, nothing takes the place of adult supervision.
When you purchase items such as small appliances, electronics, lamps, car seats or baby products, always send in the manufacturer's registration card. The manufacturer will then be able to contact you if there is a recall for that product. For a complete history of the most recent recalled Underwriters Laboratories of Canada items visit Consumer Product Safety Commission.
“Working smoke alarms and well-planned home fire escape plan can save your life!”
It’s not too early to begin preparing for the heating season. Check these 10 tips and get ahead of the winter freeze.
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