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There are several products on the market that contain pine oil - a weak allergen that can cause central nervous system disorders in very large doses.
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), products likely to contain petroleum distillates and pine oil together account for an estimated 4,600 emergency visits annually by children under the age of five.
Other suggestions Weber has for making your home smell holiday fresh include tying fresh mint to your dog's fabric collar, stuffing cotton balls with pine oil (available at health food stores) inside your artificial tree and floating fresh gardenias in water in a bowl in your restroom.
Add some ingredients like menthol, eucalyptus, camphor, thymol and pine oil to give a sensation of clearing the passageways.
The cleaner is also one of the largest buyers of pine oil, which is made available from the pulp and paper industry.
Researchers reported in the November 2002 issue of Applied and Environmental Microbiology finding mutant MRSA strains with elevated resistance both to pine oil cleaners (widely used as disinfectants in countries around the world) and to vancomycin and oxacillin.
Or try dropping rosemary, cedar, spruce, fir, thyme or pine oil into water, boiling and inhaling steam.
Cole used pine oil, a natural disinfectant and deodorizer, to create a fresh smelling and highly effective cleaning product, he aptly named Pine-Sol cleaner.
Once a byproduct of the paper industry, Brondow president Tim Kelley noted that pine oil has long been associated with clean dwellings.
Check with your doctor first, but it's advisable to avoid pine oil if you have high blood pressure, lavender oil if you're newly pregnant, or bergamot oil if your skin is sensitive.
Then we heard about a nano cleaning technology using a pine oil base.