Toxin Checklist 50 Two Part Form
This two-page form will awaken your prospects to the dangers posed by chemicals in common household cleaners. The first page explains the immediate harms of each product, including the "signal word" which indicates a product's level of toxicity. The second page explains the long-term dangers of exposure to the chemical vapors and residue these products leave in the air and on surfaces. Although information about long-term harms is not required to be on a product's warning label, it does appear on a product's Material Safety Data Sheet. While researching this publication, the author read hundreds of these sheets from dozens of manufacturers. All information contained on the Toxin Checklist came from actual Material Safety Data Sheets and from Poison Control Centers.
This presentation-friendly checklist can be used in a group setting or in a one-on-one appointment. Your prospects simply check off the products they use and discover the danger lurking in their homes. The information is concise, hard-hitting, and takes only a few minutes to cover. The Toxin Checklist will add impact to any presentation, and it also serves as a great companion to our Toxic Brew video.
Some types of cleaners featured:
- Air Freshener (aerosol)
- Automatic Dishwashing Liquid and Powder
- Bleach (liquid and powdered)
- Carpet Shampoo
- Drain Cleaner
- Fabric Softener Sheets