These are potentially hazardous household chemicals:

  • Adhesives and glues in liquid form.
  • Aerosol cans with various products.
  • Air fresheners and deodorizers in aerosol cans.
  • Ammunition.
  • Antifreeze.
  • Art and craft supplies.
  • Asbestos.
  • Batteries, automotive, household or cell phone.
  • Bleach.
  • Brake fluid.
  • Charcoal lighter fluid.
  • Chemistry sets.
  • Cleaners.
  • Degreasers for automotive work.
  • Detergents for dishwashing and laundry.
  • Disinfectants.
  • Fertilizers and lawn-care chemicals.
  • Fingernail polish and polish remover.
  • Fluorescent lights, ballasts and high-intensity discharge lamps.
  • Gasoline.
  • Handcleaners for mechanics and painters.
  • Kerosene and diesel fuel.
  • Lubricating oil.
  • Medical waste and sharp objects.
  • Medicine, unwanted or expired.
  • Moss killer.
  • Mothballs and moth crystals.
  • Motor oil and oil filters.
  • Oven cleaners.
  • Paint water-based, oil-based, stain or spray.
  • Paint strippers and paint scrapings.
  • Paint thinners.
  • Permanent wave solution or home hairstyling products.
  • Pesticides for insects and rodents.
  • Photographic chemicals.
  • Polishes for shoes.
  • Polishes, cleaners and waxes for automotive use.
  • Polishes and cleaners for metal.
  • Polishes and waxes for wood furniture and floors.
  • Pool and spa chemicals.
  • Rug and carpet cleaners.
  • Smoke detectors, ionizing type.
  • Soot remover and creosote destroyer.
  • Stain and spot remover.
  • Thermometers, medical or household.
  • Transmission fluid.
  • Weed killers and fungicides.
  • Windshield wiper solution.
  • Wood preservatives.
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