Are we Dying to be Clean?

May 1, 2009 at 1:45 am 3 comments

Are We “Dying” to Be Clean?

Did you know that manufacturers aren’t required to list the ingredients used in their cleaning products? You will be surprised to find out maybe why that they don’t list “all” of their ingredients.

Here are just a few:

95% of the chemicals used in fragrances are made from petroleum products. Many are known to cause cancer, damage to lungs, brain and the nervous system.

Fabric Softners
To make our clothes soft and fresh smelling, they add the chemicals camphor, chloroform, benzyl acetate, and pentane. These are known to cause cancer and damage to the lungs, brain and the nervous system. When heated in the clothes dryer, even more deadly, the steam comming out of our dryers vents are very toxic. The chemicals from our dryer sheets added to the laundry soap are all in the air, forcing everyone to breath these deadly fumes.symptoms are tiredness, difficulty breathing, nervousness, concentrating and remembering , dizziness, headaches, stomach upset, scary thing is..in babies and older adults this damage can be permanent

Lysol
Even more deadly then thought, Lysol contains phenols. This fatal poisoning can occur through skin obsorption

Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo
Yes, even your babies shampoo is very toxic, you won’t find the actual name formaldehyde, but what you will find is the trade name “Quarternium 15” or “Poly-quarternium 10”. This will weaken the immune system . Oh and why is the baby shampoo “NO TEARS”? They put an agent like novocaine in it to prevent stinging and burning.

Some chemicals commonly used in fragrances, such as toluene, are listed as “hazardous waste” worldwide.

Did you know that formaldehyde, phenol and benzee are all found in common household cleaners?

Clorox Bleach is being linked to the rising rates of Breast cancer in women, reproductive problems in men and behavior problems in children.

So we wonder why the asthma rate is up 600% from 1980.
Cancer rates have almost doubled since 1960 (Cancer is now the #1 killer of children)
Breast cancer rates have increased 26% since 1982

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Justiniano Amaro Cárdenas  |  October 12, 2010 at 2:41 pm

    Estoy interesado en las bolas de lavar, mi deseo es introducirlas en el sector publico de mi pais, en las grandes lavanderias de los hospitales,citando un ejemplo, hay maquinas de lavar que procesan 100 kg…ahí com o cuantas bolas se disponen o si hay un tamaño especial para este efecto.
    Agradeciendo su respuesto me suscribo de istedes,
    Atentamente,
    Justiniano Amaro

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  • 2. Justiniano Amaro Cárdenas  |  October 12, 2010 at 2:57 am

    Me parece un excelente producto, soy peruano y me desenvuelvo cotidianamente en el sector hospitalario del ministerio de salud, donde existen grandes lavanderias…para estas lavadora de 100kg. deseo saber si se pueden emplear las referidas bolas de lavar en estas maquinas.
    De ser así cuantas bolas de emplearian o pueden ser de mayor tamaño. Considerando que son viricidas y bactericidas, esto seria muy útil en estos lugares.
    Favor de responder con la informacion mas detallada posible y si puede trabajar con una representacion, para su promocion y ventas.
    Atentamente,

    Justiniano Amaro

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  • 3. Anthony | Heated Clothes  |  January 4, 2010 at 11:14 am

    Wow im shocked on what i read on this blog, so scary, its like everyday we wash our clothes and use some of those bleach or fabric is killing our self or our family, really thankful for this article, so full of informative inputs..thanks so much..

    Reply

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