You make sense
I did check on paint companies and lawsuits when I saw warnings I had not found just a few months prior ... and low and behold, the paint companies have been sued multiple times in the past decade for the lead in paints that ended in 1978. No suits were successful, however. (Who knows about the current chemical, because if there has been some successful lawsuit, they seem to get the records sealed ...mums the word, you know; let everyone fend for themselves
Well, I can hope that Fuller O'Brien saw the 'handwriting on the wall' to quote a Babylonian saying from the Bible ... that they had a conscience ... and decided to highlight the hazardous ingredient.
Now, if it turns out that butyl ether - is in gun cleaners and too much exposure can cause all the horrible effects of 'gulf war syndrome' ... not to say that there aren't lots of things that hurt people ... but this hurts them and their offspring SO BADLY that it's worth doing something about. I expect the medical evidence to be forthcoming. I just shared what I've learned with Walter Reid Medical Center, and got a reply back, "Thank you for this information
Simple Green goes to the other extreme. They have at least 6% of butyl cellusolve
(Dow Chemical trademark for 2-butoxyethanol) and they use some fancy talking to say it is lesser than that because of dilution ... well, 6% is 6% (& that's not safe for home use) Someday there will be more lawsuits against the chemical companies, and I hope they start with this product. The Simple Green you take off the grocery shelf is stated to be non toxic and biodegradable.
Give me a break! How is the public to be warned