This is like the second or third time I've done this, but I'm only now considering about the dangerous this might be.
A simple task asked by my dad: Clean the bathtub.
Now, I'm supposed to use gloves (optional) and a a discarded rag, in this case, a sock, dabbed with wee bit of drain cleaner
Well. my dad's been cleaning tubs for a while with this stuff, but upon looking at the bottle label, there are some things that just don't suit well with me.
The stuff is obviously corrosive as heck, and they make it known that the vapours themselves are dangerous. Of course I'm not trying to get high on this stuff, but the smell is very distinct and inescapable, and looking at some information on it so far on websites, they recommend that if you use it, you should wear goggles.
I also see no information whatsoever that it is okay to combine a bit of drain cleaner with a wet rag for use for in cleaning, (upon drain cleaner contact with the sock, I noted that much of it was converted to a muck of lint)
Maybe I'm just a wuss and should go back to using wimpy stuff like Pinesol, but does anyone actually use drain cleaner like this?
I have no mouth, and I must scream.
(still stuck with 'Awaiting Authorization')