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Because ammonia reacts with bleach to produce toxic fumes, inhaling the vapors that come off this mixture will likely lead to poisoning and a serious health emergency. The effects of inhaling high concentrations of bleac... More »

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Symptoms of bleach and ammonia poisoning include coughing, nausea, short breath, chest pain and watery eyes, according to the Washington State Department of Health. Other symptoms are wheezing; an irritation to the eyes,... More »

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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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