Attention Do Not Mix These Household Products They Can Kill You
You can combine and mix different household cleaners not being aware of the fact that thus you make a dangerous substance or create harmful gases that can really endanger your health. You must read this article to find out which household products you should never mix together.
Two different cleaners
Each cleaning products should be used for the specific purpose that is made for and if you if think that you will get better window cleaner by mixing or combining two different cleaners, you are definitely wrong.
Rubbing alcohol and bleach
When mixing rubbing and bleach, you are actually combining chloroform and hydrochloric acid which is considered as highly hazardous. Just use them separately for the specific purpose they are made for.
Bleach and ammonia
When you mix bleach and ammonia you actually create chloramines, toxic smokes that can be extremely dangerous when inhaling them. Protect your health. Do not mix these 2 ingredients.
Chlorine bleach with vinegar
A toxic chlorine gas is produced when combining chlorine acid or any type of acid with vinegar and therefore is strongly recommendable not mixing these 2 ingredients.
Baking soda and vinegar
Probably many of you make a cleaning product by mixing these all-natural and highly effective ingredients: baking soda and vinegar, but you should know that sodium bicarbonate when mixed with vinegar, reacts with acetic acid and produces sodium acetate, water and carbon dioxide. Vinegar makes the baking soda to bubble. Pay extra attention on this cleaning formula since when are both ingredients in closed container, this mixture may explode.
Hydrogen peroxide and vinegar
While some people mix hydrogen peroxide and vinegar, we consider this cleaning combo far from safe. A peracetic acid is created when mixing these 2 ingredients, which is extremely dangerous to your skin, eyes and respiratory organs.