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Thread: household cleaners hall of shame -scrubbing bubbles extend a clean foamer on the list

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    im stocked up on scrubbing bubbles so not sure how to take this but just wanted to share this to say BE CAREFUL WITH THIS STUFF!!

    Environmental Working Group (EWG) has just released a veritable rogues' gallery of the most noxious, nasty household cleaners on the market, and it's certainly worth a look.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/07/household-cleaners-hall-of-shame_n_1495576.html?ref=green&ncid=edlinkusaolp00 000009
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    Pretty much every common cleaner is on the list. Isn't it ironic that they listed air fresheners as possibly causing death when inhaled?
    I like to use cheap/homemade cleaners, such as vinegar and microfiber cloths whenever possible. But I still find it a lot easier to use spray cleaners to remove soap scum in the bath tub and I have a weird paranoia about having to disinfect the kitchen sink before I'll use it to do dishes.

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    i only worry with the shower cleaner because i have no bathroom window so the air quality may be bad with just the shower fan on.
    i figured many other people are in the same situation so now that we know it is bad for us we can take better precautions such as opening all the windows and doors and maybe not letting it soak as long? im sure every little bit helps!
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