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Cleaning one's home and property is not generally considered hazardous duty. (Sure, there’s that overflowing closet you are afraid to open, but beyond that...) Unfortunately, many common cleaning products are hazardous—to your health if you ingest or touch them, to the environment when flushed down the drain or otherwise disposed of. They can even foul the air in your home. According to the EPA, fumes from household cleansers, paints, varnishes, etc. in the typical home make the indoor air 2-5 times more polluted than the air outside. Not exactly the breath of fresh air you want to associate with spring.
article from newamericandream.com, HERE
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