Common hazardous ingredients
Acetone, linear alkylbenzene sulfonate (or other surfactants), petroleum naphthas, sodium metasilicate.
Flammable; toxic; irritant to skin, eyes and upper respiratory tract. Air pollutant.
Use according to label instructions. Wear heavy rubber gloves. Avoid aerosol dispensers to reduce exposure to hazardous vapors.
Keep container lid tightly closed when not in use and store in a locked cabinet or out of reach of children and pets.
Best: Use up or give away. Rinse and recycle containers and recycle empty aerosol containers with steel cans.
Second best: Take to a hazardous waste facility or collection event.
For car wash: Use 2 tablespoons of mild dish detergent plus 2 gallons of warm water. Wash car over a porous surface such as gravel or grass rather than letting rinse water run into a storm drain. Or consider taking your car to a car wash that recycles waste wash water.
For cleaning chrome: Use baking soda as a scouring powder on a damp sponge, then rinse well.
For cleaning tires: Scrub tires with a brush using mild dish detergent and baking soda.
For windows, windshields and headlights: Mix 1/4 cup of white vinegar or 2 tablespoons of lemon juice in a quart of warm water in a spray bottle. Use as you would any window cleaner.