A Consumerýs Dictionary of Household, Yard and Office Chemicals: Complete Information About Harmful and Desirable Chemicals Found in Everyday Home Products, Yard Poisons, and Office Polluters

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iUniverse, Aug 2, 2007 - House & Home - 364 pages
The greatest exposure to many toxic chemicals takes place in our own homes, according to studies conducted by the US Environmental Protection Agency. New chemicals and materials on the market may react adversely with one of the thousands already available.

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A consumer's dictionary of household, yard, and office chemicals

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If you ever wondered about those long strings of chemical ingredients printed on the container labels of cleaners, pesticides, cosmetics, etc., this book will make them eminently clear. Many of these ... Read full review

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Ruth Winter, MS, is the award winning author of the bestsellers, A Consumer?s Dictionary of Cosmetics and A Consumer?s Dictionary of Food Additives. She is adding A Consumer?s Dictionary of Household, Yard and Office Chemicals to further inform you about the chemicals in you, on you, and around you.

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