Ammonia

Ammonia is a clear, colorless liquid easily identified by it's strong pungent odor. It occurs naturally, but over exposure can cause severe damage, even death.

Uses: used to make fertilizer, a nutrient for plants and bacteria, and to make household ammonia.

Found in: it's own cleaning solution (household ammonia contains 5-10% ammonia), glass cleaners, furniture polish, wax removers, oven cleaners.

Effects: Acute: It is a highly corrosive in strong concentrations, and can cause severe burns to lungs, eyes, and skin. When inhaled it can cause damage to the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts.

Alternatives: vinegar.

**Never mix with chlorine products. The mixture will form chloramine gas which is potentially fatal.**