It is irresponsible. It is good advice not to store such things like
that. Young children, for instance, won't know what caustic soda,
garden chemicals etc. are, but may well know what a lemonade
bottle looks like, and be able to undo the top. They will, of
course, realise that something is wrong after a good swig.
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2003 13:05:37 GMT, "jerrybuilt"
Caustic soda also causes huge explosions in ng responses too :-) Intrestin'
So say I buy some of this stuff and use it to clean the drains. how would I get
rid of the unused amount? Tip it all down the drain? The message seems to be not
to try and store this stuff in the first place.
Most of the talk has been on industrial quantities. You will not be
If you buy it at a chemists or ironmongers you'll get it in a kilo or
half kilo container in which it can be stored indefinitely. Use what
you need according to the instructions and keep the rest sealed up
safely away from children. The stuff can be dangerous but no more so
than some oven cleaners.
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