Most, if not all labels on cleaning products have a caution section. This section could be under the warning or it could be a section all to itself. Either way, you want to know what the possible cautions are in regards to the chemicals that you’re using.
Every good label has directions. But while most cleaning products are self-explanatory the directions on the label often provide you with a more detailed description of how to use that product. Many directions or instructions will tell you what kind of surfaces you can or can’t when using the product, how long the process should take, and anything else you should know about the product you’re using.
The ingredient section of the label can get a little tricky. Most of the ingredients found on a label will be listed using their actual name versus the common name we’ve provided the ingredient with. And this can be confusing for consumers.
Aside from the dangers of mixing chemicals, they can cause an array of health complications if you use a chemical without knowing what’s inside. You may be allergic to or have an allergic reaction to a certain ingredient. Or the ingredient could cause severe damage to the skin. That’s why it’s always important for you to know what’s inside the products you’re using.
Storage is one of the least common sections you’ll find on a cleaning product label. But the section does exist. This section of the label tells you how and where to store your product as well as why it’s recommended that you store it that way.