Revealing What's in Cleaning Products
Ever notice that those strong-smelling window cleaners and scouring powders you use don't list ingredients on their labels?
That's because no law requires manufacturers to do so, even though these products often contain chemicals linked to breast cancer and other serious health problems.
That's why the Breast Cancer Fund is supporting Federal legislation that would inform consumers about the ingredients that are in their cleaning products.
Which chemicals in household products are linked to breast cancer?Learn the science >
As consumers, we have a right to know what is in our products so we can protect our families from potentially harmful chemical ingredients.
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