Warning: These six products are putting you at risk of cancer!
#1: Air fresheners
Most air fresheners contain napthelene and formaldehyde (both cancer-causing agents
). Some studies have also shown that incense could also be a cancer threat. Try zeolite or natural essential oils to fill the rooms of your home with a delightful scent – without the risk of cancer.
#2: Art supplies
Epoxy, rubber cement glues, acrylic paints, solvents and permanent market all contain carcinogens. If you’re the arty kind, store all of your supplies in a drawer or cabinet. When using them, wear a non-surgical face mask to reduce the amount fumes you inhale from these products.
#3: Automotive supplies
Most are toxic, so make sure you keep them safely away from your house. Also, make sure you dump your automotive supplies at a hazardous waste disposal centre.
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#4: Fragranced candles
Avoid artificially scented paraffin candles at all costs. They produce combustion by-products including soot (black power that forms when you burn something). Instead, opt for non-fragranced or beeswax candles and make sure they have cotton wicks.
#5: Carpet shampoos
There are a number of ways you can clean your carpets yourself that are just as quick and easy as a spray-on foam. However, make sure you use wet-clean, natural ingredients only.
#6: Dry cleaning
If possible, don’t buy clothes that require dry cleaning. If you can’t avoid this, then ask your local dry clean for the wet-cleaning option. Otherwise, seek dry cleaners that use liquid C02 or citrus juice cleaners.
Have any of the above-mentioned products in your home? If so, I suggest you remove them and replace them with a healthy alternative.
And check out this report as well. It contains information about even more cancer-causing agents that are poisoning your body and your home.