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We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication. Promising review: “I’m continuously surprised that Bon Ami isn’t more popular! It works great on just about everything, it’s nontoxic, and it doesn’t scratch. I’ve even used it on my chrome bathroom fixtures. I’ve used it to scrub oil stains on the garage floor, lipstick off kids’ toys, baseboards, shower doors, toilets, sinks, my smooth-top stove, and range hood. It’s never scratched once and it works so well! This is a classic product that still works better than the new stuff.” —Kathleen G. This set includes a suction cup TV sponge holder and two dishwasher-safe, non-scratch polyester sponges. Promising review: “I had a stained mattress that I’d been covering with a mattress pad for years. As I was preparing for a move, I decided to give this a try and see if it could remove the stains that had been there for well over SEVEN YEARS. I honestly don’t even remember what caused the stains, but it r...

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ORLANDO, Fla. – By now, you’ve probably heard about the dangers of plastic exposure. More than 4,000 chemicals are used in plastics and many of them are toxic. From food containers to baby toys, plastic items are everywhere. They may be cheap and convenient but they’re also bad for your health. In a recent study, scientists used cell cultures to examine the effects of chemicals in plastic items. They found three out of four of the products they examined contained toxic substances and some of them couldn’t even be identified. Plastic chemicals in polyvinyl chloride and polyurethane were the most hazardous. Even products made from green alternatives, known as bioplastics, contained toxins. Bath Sponge Suppliers for Sale While some plastics are easy to steer clear of, others can creep their way into your daily life. Some sneaky items that are made of plastic include yogurt cups, bath sponges, coffee cup lids, tea bags, canned foods, some paper cups, chewing gum, glitter, the microbeads in certain kinds of toothpaste and facewashes and even clothing items. Researchers in this study say it’s nearly impossible for consumers to know whether a plastic product is safe, as they all contai...