How to protect your body from harmful fumes inside your garage
Storing common garage liquids like gasoline and antifreeze in containers that aren't equipped to handle them can lead to negative effects on your body over time, according to an eye-opening segment with Dr. Ian Smith.
"It's so common and easy for people to think that it's okay to take different types of containers and put things in there," Dr. Ian tells Rachael Ray, referring to such containers as soda bottles.
"The problem with [this] is, over a period of time, they start to erode ... They break the seals. When you break the seals, the fumes can come out -- and if you're in a confined area, you're inhaling all of that.
To find out more, watch the video, above.
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