The Law Does Not Require Ingredient Disclosure on Cleaning Product LABELS
It’s time to tell the cleaning industry to #comeclean
What you can do:
- Make sure you're only using products that list their ingredients on the labels.
- Support the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (H.R. 5205), which requires manufacturers of both consumer household and industrial cleaning products to disclose all intentionally-added ingredients on their product labels and websites.
Ask your representative to support YOUR right to know.
Why is Ingredient Disclosure Important?
If companies don't tell you what's inside right on the package, how do you know what you're bringing around your family and into your home?
You have a right to know what goes into the products you use. Food and personal care products are required to have content labels, but there are no regulations in place for the ingredient labeling of household cleaning products - especially for the fragrances that scent those products.
Chemicals of concern can hide behind the term "fragrance" in ingredient lists on your cleaning products - chemicals that have been linked to serious health effects including allergies, asthma, cancer, and reproductive harm.
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You want to keep your family safe and healthy. But if companies don't tell you what's inside right on the package, how do you know what you're bringing around your family and into your home?
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You don't have the right to know what's in your home
because ingredient disclosure on cleaning product labels isn't required by law.
We believe that you should have the right to know what you're bringing into your home and using around your family.