By BBC News and The Associated Press article Scotches and detergents can cause skin problems.
But there are a host of other common household cleaners that may also have the potential to cause damage, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The agency has launched a website for consumers to search for and submit comments on proposed new regulations.
The new rules would require more extensive testing to determine the safety of some household cleaners, and require more accurate labeling on ingredient labels.
The agency also plans to require that any new products made after February be made with ingredients that are tested at least once a year.
The FDA is proposing a new rule to address a problem that’s been seen for years: some household cleaning products contain chemicals that are more than 100 times more potent than the amount allowed by the federal Food and Drugs Administration (federal law).
The new rules come after the agency issued a report on the chemical contaminants found in cleaning products that had previously been approved by the FDA.
The FDA said that in 2012, there were 1,835 documented instances of suspected foodborne disease cases linked to products made by the American Cleansing Company (ACCo).
But those reports did not account for the number of reported illnesses in other categories of cleaning products, such as nail polish remover and dish detergent.
The agency also found that some cleaning products contained more than 1,000 chemicals, including some that have been used in many different kinds of household products, but only a handful of them are considered harmful.
The U.S. government has already approved more than 500 million cleaning products for sale.
The new proposed rules are a response to those concerns.
The American Cleaning Company and the manufacturer of the popular detergent Detergent Plus have already committed to testing their cleaning products in the first half of 2018.
The company said it would start testing its products starting next month.
The EPA said the agency’s proposal will be released in a week or so.
The proposal comes after the FDA released its first list of ingredients in cleaning supplies, which were updated in November.
The Food and Consumer Protection Agency (FPCPA) has been reviewing the chemical safety of cleaning supplies since 2010, when the agency released its list of chemicals that could cause human illness.
That list, released in April, included a number of household cleaning and disinfectant products.
It has been widely criticized for not including all of the chemicals found in household cleaners.
The proposed FDA regulation is the first step in a more thorough review of the ingredients in household cleaning.
The rules require the agency to submit a new list of cleaning ingredients each year.
The proposed rule would also require companies to report to the agency on the amount of chemical contaminants in their products.
The list will be reviewed in a phased way to ensure that the FDA’s requirements are met, the FDA said in a statement.
The changes come after several states passed bills in 2017 requiring the FDA to get more involved in the food and cleaning industry.
A bill in California passed this year and is awaiting a signature from President Donald Trump.
In December, a U.K. court ordered the Food Standards Agency to conduct more inspections of home cleaning supplies following concerns about the levels of the cleaning chemicals used.
The court said the FDA should be able to test products more frequently to see if they contain ingredients that could harm humans.