Even if they don’t explicitly mean to, there are countless families who disrespect and underestimate the danger that many of the household cleaning products they keep in the house can impose. Families shouldn’t be blamed for this, however, as the use of these products has become so familiar and comfortable to us that we often forget just how dangerous the chemical components of these products can be. Think about how nonchalant it is to grab for a disinfectant wipe from a closet in the home that stores these types of products and use it without much thought. The process of putting the container away is just as mindless as picking it out, which is where most tragedy occurs. Many families will experience tragedy as a result of poor storage of these products, leaving them in places that are accessible to young children and pets. In isolation, without much supervision, there’s no telling what a pet or young child might do with these products. While many are made with this possibility in mind, some products aren’t and can impose some serious danger; for example, bleach. This is why it’s so important that families develop a storage solution that is equal parts convenient and safe for every member of the family. Easier said than done when most families dread cleaning and the process that accompanies it. That said, with the information found within the resource supporting this post, families can better defend their families from these dangers. Check it out!
Household Chemical Storage Guide from SolvChem Custom Packaging Division, a chemical processing company