Carpet treated with stain remover

Carpet treated with stain remover

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Credit: CORDELIA MOLLOY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Carpet treated with stain remover. Photograph showing the cleaning effect of stain remover on an old carpet. The right hand side has been treated. Stain removers often contain organic solvents such as butoxyethanol to dissolve the stain. Solvents are classified as a hazardous substance. Light exposure can cause irritation to the mucous membranes, eyes, nose and throat. Heavy exposure through skin contact, ingestion or inhalation can lead to serious health problems and possible death.

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Keywords: 21st century, before and after, butoxyethanol, carpet, carpet cleaner, carpet cleaning, chemical, chemistry, cleaned, dirt, dirty, hazard, hazardous, home, household, organic compounds, organic solvent, poison, poisonous, solvent, solvents, spraying, stain removal, stain remover, toxic, toxicity

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