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Nic's topic http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=9348.0 made me think of this question.I bought a bathroom cleaner that did a great job, but it was in a squirt bottle and is the consistency of water. With it being in this squirt bottle, there seemed to be a great deal of waste and if you didn't move quickly enough (I never did), it left lots of streaks, making cleaning the bathtub even more tedious.To have more control I put it in a spray bottle. The first bottle was another cleaner that had been emptied. I thoroughly cleaned it and reused it. After spraying down the tub, the smell was toxic. I thought I would have to take Nic to hospital because he had great difficulty catching his breath. I tried it again in a new spray bottle, but got the same results. Why would there be a difference in a squirt bottle versus a spray bottle?
You are definitely right.. Neily!Very scary...Carolyn do not do it again and very carefully flush your tub out thoroughly.. Are you all ok... you could cause damage to yourself you can't see! PLease be careful!
Is your tub made from fiberglass? Were you spraying it on the same surface you sprayed to begin with. and did you just dump it from the one container to the new one using the same stuff from the bottle you mixed..or what..? I do understand what you mean, but there is likely to be residue in your tub from the last round!