Definitions for "Methylene Chloride"
A nonozone-depleting chlorinated chemical (CH2CI2) commonly used in a variety of metal, electronic and precision cleaning applications and as an alternative blowing agent.
A chlorinated hydrocarbon solvent commonly use in paint removers and many types of aerosol sprays, including paints, adhesives, lubricants, and pesticides. Causes cancer in animals. In the human body, it is metabolized to carbon monoxide, reducing the blood's ability to carry oxygen. It has caused spontaneous heart attacks in persons with cardiovascular conditions. Currently CPSC requires special hazard labeling on consumer products containing methylene chloride, and it is likely that the material may soon be banned from consumer products. EPA considers methylene chloride a priority water pollutant*Severe skin and moderate eye irritant. Can cause irregular heartbeat, even heart attack, when inhaled. Carcinogenic. Neurotoxic. Used in some thinners and spray paints.
a nonflammable liquid used as a solvent and paint remover and refrigerant
The decaffeination chemical most used for specialty-grade coffees.
A chemical capable of dissolving and extracting caffeine directly from green coffee beans or from the water in which they soak.
Suspected carcinogen. Causes liver and kidney damage in animals. Exposure to this chemical may make symptoms of angina worse. Smokers with cardiac disease may be at increased risk due to reports of excessive carboxyhemoglobin levels following exposure. Alters ability of blood to carry oxygen to tissues. Skin, eye and respiratory irritant (liquid and vapor). Mild narcotic.
Keywords:  dichloromethane
Keywords:  rezn, badges, watery, glue, brand
A watery glue used to bond plastics together, or attach plastic-backed findings to badges. Some common brand names are Rezn-Bond and Liquid Bond.
Keywords:  cancer, directly, causes
Directly causes cancer.