Home is our shelter. When you are painstakingly building this shelter, you must pay attention to “health”. Perhaps you have realized that “health killers” can be seen everywhere in your living environment. Is it really safe for you today? Which daily household goods need attention?

What are the daily household products with hidden dangers

1. Many electrical appliances, such as TV, computer and electric blanket, usually contain bromine flame retardant. Bromine flame retardant is released into the air, may be inhaled by human body, and is not easy to be discharged from the body. At present, bromine flame retardants have been proved to cause miscarriage in mice, which have been banned in Sweden and other European countries.

[alternative]: replace the electric blanket with a hot water bag; move the electrical appliances out of the bedroom to avoid inhalation of bromine flame retardant when sleeping.

2. Many cleaning powders used to clean glass windows contain a special smell of ammonia, which will irritate and corrode the skin, causing discomfort to the eyes and lungs. Long term contact with ammonia will also cause liver damage.

[alternative]: use two tablespoons of vinegar, add one liter of hot water, and then wet it with a cloth and wipe the glass.

3. Various studies have proved that hair dye can be absorbed into the body through the scalp. Earlier, the European Commission banned 22 chemicals from dyeing hair.

[alternative]: believe that nature is beauty.

4. Most air fresheners contain phenol. When inhaled, the human body will have dyspnea, headache and eye irritation. After contact with skin, it may also lead to peeling and lead to measles.

[alternative]: use natural methods to clean the air, such as potting plants or placing pomelo peel.

5. Most bleaching agents contain a chemical called sodium hypochlorite, which is highly corrosive and can release toxic and irritant gases. Overexposure of {hottag} may cause lung and hair damage. It is particularly dangerous to use bleach and ammonia products (often used as household cleaners) at the same time, as they can react chemically to release chlorine.

[alternative]: for some stains that are difficult to clean, you can wipe them repeatedly with lemon.

6. Most artificial carpets contain unstable organic compounds, which may cause allergic diseases in long-term contact.

[alternative]: purchase carpet made of natural fiber, such as wool and cotton.

7. Dishwasher fluid and washing powder contain sodium carbonate and phosphate, which are easy to cause allergic reactions.

[alternative]: use phosphate free products.

8. Dioxin will be produced in the household bonfire stove. According to a study by the University of Leuven in Belgium, teenagers who often use bonfires have much smaller testicles or breasts than teenagers in other regions.

[alternative]: avoid making bonfires at home.

9. According to a new study by the American Academy of Dermatology, jewelry containing nickel may cause contact dermatitis.

[alternative]: try to wear jewelry made of gold or platinum.

10. The toilet cleaner usually contains naphthalene, which can irritate the skin, eyes and respiratory tract. When inhaled in large quantities, human liver and kidney will be damaged.

Children are very active, so parents should be very careful. Whether they are at home or out, they should check whether the surrounding furniture or equipment is safe. If you want to know more about how to prevent children from bumping at home, you can log in to Baibai safety net, more details are waiting for you!