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Beware -- Some 'Green' Cleaners May Be Deceptive and Toxic

The manufacturers of the "Green" cleaning product Simple Green's claim that it is non-toxic, biodegradable, non-hazardous, non-flammable, and non-corrosive.  But the Material Data Safety Sheet for Simple Green suggests that any unused or used liquid may be considered hazardous in your area and suggests checking with local, regional, or national regulations for appropriate methods of disposal. 

For personal protection when using Simple Green, use protective glasses if splashing is likely, use in well ventilated areas when cleaning small spaces, and use protective gloves when using for prolonged periods of time.

According to Green Med Info, the chemical's effects include:

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