Not every family has tidiness and a clean home atop their list of priorities. Even so, it’s imperative to consider how the cleaning products that are used are stored. While these products have proven to be particularly effective in disinfecting and maintaining a clean home, they’re also composed of some hazardous chemicals. Meaning improper use and storage can result in harm. For the sake of protecting yourself and your family, not only will you have to be educated regarding their use, but you’ll also need to know the safest ways to store them. While these products need not be hidden behind lock and key, necessarily, their storage should be taken more seriously. Kitchen cleaning products such as dish soaps or garbage disposal tablets are safe to be stored under the sink, assuming children understand that these products are strictly for cleaning and not for playing. Similarly, disinfectant wipes or toilet cleaner are safe to be stored in a hallway closet nearest the bathroom. The products that deserve more attention, such as bleach, drain cleaner, or paint thinner, are the types of products you’ll need to create a designated space for. These are the products that are most hazardous if they end up in the wrong hands, which means extra caution should be taken to ensure they don’t. A specialized storage solution for these products is often the most common way families handle hiding them away. To learn more about these solutions and how you can integrate them into your home, please read on to the resource accompanying this post.
Household Chemical Storage Guide from SolvChem Custom Packaging Division, your first choice for custom chemical services