Tips for the safe use of household ammonia include avoiding inhalation, ingestion and getting the product on the skin or in the eyes. Never mix household ammonia with products containing bleach, as the mixture releases a... More »

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Mixing bleach and ammonia produces toxic gases called chloramines that can damage the upper respiratory tract and irritate the eyes, throat and nose. Symptoms include coughing, shortness of breath, watery eyes and nausea... More »

Church & Dwight’s Parsons’ brand Sudsy Ammonia is not sold in any retail store, online or otherwise, as of 2016. Those interested in the product should contact the Church & Dwight company to inquire about purchasing Pars... More »

Concrete can be cleaned with numerous common household items, including detergent, vinegar, ammonia, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, sodium peroxide and oxygen bleach. Chemicals should never be blended unless it's confir... More »

Some household cleaners that can clean carpets include borax, liquid dish soap, laundry detergent and ammonia. There are also natural ways to clean carpet including using vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, shaving cream, meat t... More »

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When working with ammonia, wearing a safety mask is a must. Ammonia is a gas with a pungent smell. Inhaling ammonia can result in health problems including dizziness, fainting or death. More »

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Some common uses for ammonia as a cleaning product include cleaning an electric oven, removing bathtub soap scum, cleaning bathroom tiles and cleaning crystal. Ammonia can also help keep moths out of the home. More »

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