Friday, June 6, 2014

Help protect children from the hazards of toxic 




Make an effort to use nontoxic products. Use natural products for cleaning agents such as baking soda, soda ash, vinegar, and cream of tarter. A variety of nontoxic products can be found in health food stores and some supermarkets. Make sure to check labels carefully and keep all hazardous products well-marked and away from children. Check to see if various school and household appliances, toys, and learning materials are hazardous. Keep living, playing, and learning areas, especially the kitchen and bathroom, clean and safe.

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  1. How do you know if something is hazardous? There's so many bad things out there I know you should go near, or use. However, I'm not sure what you mean by toxic. I use all those products you say are okay, but how can I get prepared to face toxins? https://prop65news.com/StoryDetails/tabid/101/ArticleID/7672/Prop-65-Warning-Regulation-Proposal-to-be-Significantly-Changed-Toxics-Chief-Announces.aspx

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