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October 14, 2008


Seth Soloway

Do you know who makes the Arm & Hammer Essentials Cleaners bottles?

While I think they are moving in the right direction, I worry about how 'green' the cleaner really is. Look at their MSDS document for them.

1) Chemical ingredients are listed at 100% Proprietary, so who know what is in it

2) TOXICITY: This product is expected to be moderately toxic to aquatic animals.

3) BIOACCUMULATION: This product is moderately expected to bioaccumulate.

4) HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Toxic gas and oxides of sodium and sulfur.


now they are discontinued

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