There’s been a lot of controversy around detergENTS.
The popular shampoo and conditioner is rated as one of the most dangerous chemicals on the EPA’s list of dangerous chemicals.
But the EPA doesn’t classify them as dangerous chemicals because they’re not technically chemicals.
Instead, they’re part of the category of chemical substances that are categorized as having no known medical uses.
And they’re just part of a large category of chemicals that are commonly used for cleaning carpets, carpeting, and other household surfaces.
And for the past few years, some experts have suggested that detergENTs might not be as dangerous as some people might think.
So, how dangerous is detergent?
For starters, the EPA defines a detergent as a chemical compound that is chemically similar to another compound but is not directly related to it.
The chemical compound can be in many different forms, but they’re usually found in the form of a combination of amino acids, such as hydroxyethylcellulose or glycerol, and fatty acids.
This combination can be used to make products that contain detergent.
But detergent is usually added to make it more water-soluble, so that it can be added to a product and washed off.
So there’s not really much difference between the detergent used to clean a carpet and the detergent used to polish your carpets.
The EPA doesn