Each family approaches home cleaning with its unique set of priorities, whether related to cleaning frequency or the choice of cleaning products. While preferences may vary, what should remain consistent is the importance of exercising caution in the use and storage of these products. Unfortunately, many families overlook the significance of careful storage, leading to potential consequences. In hopes of avoiding these consequences, thorough reading and understanding of the product labels before use is essential. These labels will provide essential information, including usage instructions, safety guidelines, and storage recommendations. Using this information, families can work toward determining the appropriate storage locations for different products. Hazardous items should be stored away from the reach of young children and pets, while frequently used products can be placed in more accessible areas. While failure to store properly can cause harm, so too can failure to dispose of properly. Care should be taken to avoid simply discarding these products in the household trash as they will be accessible to children and pets that way. For a more in-depth understanding of how your family can optimize household chemical storage, refer to the accompanying infographic for valuable information.
Household Chemical Storage Guide from SolvChem Custom Packaging Division, your first choice for custom chemical services