Laundry detergent packets are more poisonous than traditional liquid or powder detergent. Keep it stored up, away, and out of sight of children – in a locked cabinet is best.
Targeted outreach week: April 25-30, 2016
Note: Materials may now be used anytime.
Toolkit reviewed: 2016
Suggested hashtag: #laundrypackets
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AAPCC: American Association of Poison Control Centers
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