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Hi there, we are researching a story for Insider about the health hazards of chemical cleaners. The company we feature ferments pineapple waste into a highly acidic (but safe to eat) cleaner/detergent/hand soap. We had trouble finding mainstream scientific evidence of the harmful chemicals under our sinks. Can someone point me to research in this area?
 
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This is a very important topic and a great one for the Cider Press .  We even have a forum specifically for learning about toxic gick .  Looks like you have enough apples to ask there, you just need some PIE.  

The main forums are for solution-based conversations.  Like this book where we learn to clean our houses with edible cleaners.

I'm locking this thread, but feel free to start a new thread in the correct forum.  
 
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