Sometimes mixing some different home ingredients can be very dangerous. Not everyone of us knows that some combinations may release toxic gases. That can be a real threat for the health especially for the lungs and brain.
We are going to provide some tips for protecting your and your’s family health.
Chlorine bleach and vinegar
All acids, especially vinegar are very dangerous when combined with chlorine, because it releases toxic chlorine gas.
Bleach and ammonia
The combination of bleach and ammonia lead to formation of toxic fumes – mostly chloramine. They can be very dangerous for our eyes. Neither of them should be inhaled.
Baking soda and vinegar
This combination is effective for cleaning, but it is surely not effective for your health, because sodium bicarbonate reacts with acetic acid, which is now found in vinegar. As result It produces sodium acetate, water, and carbon dioxide. Also, vinegar triggers bubbling in the baking soda, which can result in explosion if they are mixed in closed container.
Rubbing alcohol and bleach
This is a combination of chloroform and hydrochloric acid, which extremely dangerous. A much safer option is using bleach alone separately.
Hydrogen peroxide and vinegar
This is mostly used as a cleaning device, and you should stay STOP to it, because it forms peracetic acid. It is an extremely harmful and dangerous acid, and it can cause some damages to the skin, eyes and also respiratory system.
Two different cleaners
Mixing two cleaners, for example window cleaner with some universal cleaner, commonly should give good results, or maybe better. But the truth is that every cleaner has its articular purpose, so mixing different types of cleaners can be quite dangerous.