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Skipping the Goggles
The caustic cleaning products that can work through months of grime on your shower or stove can be extremely dangerous when even a drop of them comes into contact with the human body—particularly the sensitive, unprotected eye. Bleach, oven cleaner and other household products cause 125,000 eye injuries a year, the American Academy of Ophthalmology reports, in large part because only a third of people wear safety goggles to protect themselves from chemical splatters and other hazards while working around the house.
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