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5 Cancer-Causing Toxins You Need to Purge from Your Home

7/7/2017 1:04 AM Comments Posted By Floralyn Teodoro
Just because your home looks and feels clean, doesn’t mean it’s completely safe. There may be cancer-causing toxins lurking around your home that you need to get rid of.

Although you exert effort in maintaining the cleanliness of your home, try to live a healthier lifestyle, and take the necessary vitamins your body needs, you can still put yourself at risk of cancer and other diseases by being exposed to the carcinogens lurking in your household items.

To help you get started in ensuring a truly safe and healthy home for you and your loved ones, here are five cancer-causing toxins you need to be wary of and purge from your home ASAP:


According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, one type of phthalate, di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP), has been classified as possibly carcinogenic to humans. Although there is no conclusive evidence that phthalates can cause cancer, these man-made chemicals also referred to as plasticizers are notorious endocrine disruptors.

Phthalates are most often lurking in plastic, food packaging, toys, adhesives, hygiene products, household cleaners, and any product with a #3 recycling label.

To eliminate or lessen your exposure to phthalates, switch to all-natural cleaning solutions, use essential oils instead of store-bought air fresheners, avoid plastic products altogether, and make sure toreview the product label on every item you wish to purchase.

Perfluoroalkyl acid

Before you fall for the convenience of non-stick cookware, know that their enticingly nonstick surfaces are made up ofperfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs). According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, some studies found that workers who are exposed to PFAAs increased cases of prostate, kidney, and testicular cancers.

PFAAs are most often found in nonstick pots, pans, and other cookware, carpets and upholstery with stain protectants, other water-resistant products, and the like.

To reduce your exposure to PFAAs, switch to safer cookwares that are made from glass, cast iron, or stainless steel. Dispose your nonstick cookware immediately upon seeing scratches and chips in the surface or else your food might be contaminated by PFAAs.


Benzene, a sweet-smelling, colorless, and flammable liquid, is known to cause cancers of the blood cells. According to the American Cancer Society, some studies report that exposure to high levels of benzene leads to higher rates of acute myeloid leukemia.

Benzene is most dangerous when released by scented candles, gasoline, cigarette smoke, paints, solvent, glue, and art supplies in unventilated areas.

To keep benzene off your home, avoid smoking inside the house, stop using scented candles and other items with paraffin, and only buy benzene-free products.


Perchloroethylene(PCE) or Tetrachloroethylene, a widely used chemical for textile processing, dry cleaning, and metal degreasing operations. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, studies conducted with dry cleaning workers resulted in an association of several types of cancer (bladder, blood cells, and more) and PCE exposure.

Although PCE is already phased out in many states and cities, it’s still widely used in other places. To avoid PCEs at home, you must rid of dry-clean only clothes.

However, if you really need to have some of your clothes dry-cleaned, take them to organic dry cleaners instead who use safer dry cleaning methods like CO2 cleaning thatclean your clothes with liquid carbon dioxide instead of the cancer-causing PCEs.


Xylene, like benzene, is a colorless, flammable liquid with a sweet odor. It is often used as a solvent in art supplies such as paint, inks, markers, and glues. According to the Healthy Protection Agency, there are no adequate data to confirm xylene as carcinogenic. However, it’s tied to similar health dangers such as liver and kidney damage, coma, etc.

Xylene, a powerful chemical compound, which naturally comes from coal tar and petroleum can expose you to its health dangers through inhalation or ingestion.

To protect your family, especially your children, from xylene, switch to safer art supply alternatives. Look for those with non-toxic and water-based labels instead.

In maintaining your home’s cleanliness, don’t forget about keeping it toxic-free as well. Be wary of the above cancer-causing toxins and don’t let them enter your home ever again.

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