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Bon Ami EHS

From Material Safety Data Sheet

Bon Ami Chemical name: Calcium carbonate, Sodium carbonate, Feldspar
Inhalation: Not toxic according to Federal Hazardous Substance and Labeling Definition Act. Repeated or prolonged inhalation of respirable dust in excess of the the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) may cause chronic respiratory disorders.
Ingestion: Identified as Non Toxic if ingested
Skin Contact: Not a skin irritant.
Eye Contact: Contains Calcium Carbonate which is a mild eye irritant.
Chronic Exposure: Repeated prolonged inhalation of respirable dust in excess of the PEL may cause chronic respiratory disorders.
Acute Effects: No data
Aggravation of Preexisting conditions: No data
Other info: Not listed by IARC or NTP as a carcinogen.

What does this mean?

When using Bon Ami avoid breathing in the dust. Do not get any Bon Ami in your eyes. If you do get some in your eyes, flush the eye immediately with large quantities of water for 15 minutes. Contact your physician if irritation continues.

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