Families make the mistake of assuming that even their most sparingly used household cleaning products don’t pose a threat on their health and safety. While these products aid in disinfecting and maintaining a clean home, they also explicitly state on their labels that they’re dangerous if not handled and stored correctly. It can be difficult to find a meaningful balance between safety and convenience as most families will simply want to access these products on a whim. In most cases, this is okay! In instances where some more extreme products, such as bleach, are being left around, you can never be too cautious. Establishing safe spaces and eliminating unnecessary waste are two of the ways in which your family can keep a tidy house without facing the potential threat of the products needed to do so. Interested in learning more about how your family can stay clean and safe at the same time? Please see the resource included alongside this post.
Household Chemical Storage Guide from SolvChem Custom Packaging Division, an organization specializing in industrial chemical services