Paint stripper fumes
This chemical is found in most hardware stores and kills suddenly. Why has the EPA done nothing?
Paint Strippers Can Kill You in Minutes
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Paint stripper - Wikipedia
The toxic dangers of chemical paint removers including methylene chloride, toluene, Inhalation of fumes and vapors from the partially burned paint is a severe.
5 Apr A man died and 12 others needed hospital treatment after they inhaled fumes from commercial paint stripper that was being used to renovate a suburban house. The dead man was believed to have been overcome by fumes from the chemical while he was refurbishing a home in East Sheen.
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Description:Solvents also can dissolve other materials, including the latex or rubber of common household or dish washing gloves. In addition, several side effects and health risks must be taken into account in using caustic paint removers. Methylene chloride is nonflammable. Already—in just a matter of seconds—the fumes had overcome him, too. Solvent concentrations which can irritate nose and throat membranes also may be capable of damaging sensitive lung tissue. Open flames, cigarettes, matches, lighters, pilot lights, or electric sparks can cause the chemicals in the paint strippers to suddenly catch fire.