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Common Household Poisons

Acetone
Ammonia
Antifreeze
Ant syrup or paste
Arsenic
Bathroom bowl cleaner
Bleach
Boric acid
Camphophenique
Carbon tetrachloride
Charcoal lighter
Clinitest tablets
Copper and brass cleaners
Corn and wart remover
Crayons
Deodorants
Detergents
Disinfectants
Drain cleaners
Epoxy glue
Fabric softeners
Garbage toxins
Garden sprays
Gasoline
Gun cleaner
Gunpowder
Hair dyes
Herbicides
Hexachlorophene (in some soaps)
Indelible markers
Insecticides
Iodine
Kerosene
Lighter fluid
Linoleum (contains lead salts)
Matches
Model glue
Mothballs
Muriatic acid
Mushrooms (some varieties)
Nail Polish
Nail polish remover
Oven cleaner
Paint
Paint remover
Paint thinner
Perfume
Permanent wave solutions
Pesticides
Photographic solutions
Pine oil
Plants
Prescription and non-prescription drugs
Red squill
Rodenticides
Rubbing alcohol
Shaving lotion
Silver polish
Snail bait
Spot remover
Spray starch
Strychnine
Sulphuric acid
Suntan lotion
Super glue
Turpentine
Weed killers
Window cleaners

Common Household Poisons
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If I might add onions
and burning teflon or non-stick pans gives off a chemical toxic to burns.

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Also Aluminum food trays.
Aluminium.is toxic if ingested.

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In what form is the Iodine on there?
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You know I never noticed that about the iodine, we feed iodine blocks...

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You know I never noticed that about the iodine, we feed iodine blocks...
Birds need iodine in their diet which is why I am confused as to why it is on there. Unless there is a certain form they can't have it in
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