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 What are the dangers of using moth balls?

Answer The chemicals in moth balls, naphthalene and paradichlorobenzene, have potential health risks, according to the National Pesticide Information Center.Skin ContactNaphthalene and paradichlorobenzene... Read More »
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What is in moth balls?

Moth balls are a pesticide used to kill both moths and moth larvae. Moth balls are commonly used in areas where clothing is stored to prevent moths from chewing through clothing that has natural fi... Read More »
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What are moth balls?

Mothballs are a household product used for several different reasons. Mothballs can be used as a deodorizer for the home or for pest control. In order to use mothballs, certain safety precautions m... Read More »
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What is the danger of moth balls?

The distinctive smell of moth balls often reminds people of a grandparent's closet. Moth balls were created to prevent moths from feeding on clothing made of wool. However, moth balls are made of p... Read More »
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What are moth balls used for?

Moth balls contain the chemicals naphthalene or paradichlorobenzene. They are primarily used as a pesticide but have other uses as well, according to a Reader's Digest article, "Extraordinary Uses ... Read More »
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