Other uses for SoftScrub with Bleach

Jay H

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Reading the label on the back says "It is a federal violation to use this product in a way not intended by this lable" or something to that effect.
Now what do people do with SoftScrub? it's not an aerosol product, it's not alcohol based. (I've heard of people drinking lysol) but SoftScrub seems caustic and of course it has bleach in it.
I'm sure its just a lawyer thing, but it was kind of odd to read that in between all the warnings not to get it in your eyes, not to drink it, not to mix it with other chemicals, not to touch it if you have sensive skin, etc. etc..
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What I have always found odd is that here in the US, "the land of the free", I can't use my carpet cleaner to wash a stain off the driveway, if I feel like it? If I decided to kill myself by drinking Lysol, that would be against the law?? Or have I misunderstood it?
What I do with my detergents should be up to me, and those warning labels really piss me off.
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Sean Conklin

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Oh, you haven't heard of the Softscrub/Spray n wash/bleach bomb?

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I'm in Canada. I shave with it out of spite.

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Ron Eastman

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I don't know if it's an intended use, but I use SoftScrub to clean my tennis shoes. But then again, I'm a rebel anyway as I also took the warning labels off of my pillows.
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David Lawson

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I'm pretty sure the tag on pillows can legally be removed by the purchaser, but only the purchaser.
As for Soft Scrub, I'm not even sure what the intended use is, which should give you some insight into the condition of my bathroom.

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