Common hazardous ingredients
Poisonous when eaten. May look like candy to a child. Irritant to nose, throat and lungs when inhaled. Potential liver and kidney damage from long-term exposure to vapors. P-dichlorobenzene is a suspected carcinogen.
Use sparingly, according to label instructions, in a seldom used room. Never use mothballs or flakes as air fresheners.
Store any remaining mothballs or moth crystals in an airtight plastic bag in a locked cabinet or out of reach of children.
Best: Use up or give away.
Second best: Take to a hazardous waste facility or collection event.
Kill moth eggs by running clothes through a warm dryer cycle.
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