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    What soaps, toothpaste, and shampoo don't have a warning label on for children?

    One of our inspectors gave a warning to another provider I know for having handsoap out that says keep out of reach of children.

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    I looked and none of my hand soap dispensers say keep out of reach of kids. My one of my Two dish soap says it and my personal toothpaste does not (crest).

    My state is not over regulated on this stuff (I heard of a provider that had to lock it all up daily, we don't) so I don't normally pay attention.

    I also refill my soap, both types, bottles with other brands. My dish soap is even unlabeled old hand sanitizer bottle. No one has ever said anything.

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    • TwinMama
      TwinMama commented
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      My Crest has a warning for 6 years old and under. It's just plain Crest. What kind do you use?

    • Alwaysgreener
      Alwaysgreener commented
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      After I had posted I checked the tube again and it is on there it's just not where I thought it would be. So my crest says keep out of reach of children. My kids toothpaste say keep out of reach of children for 6 and under.

    • Alwaysgreener
      Alwaysgreener commented
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      I still don't find it on any of my hand soaps. --- my kids toothpaste is in the top drawer in the bathroom, my licensor was more concerned about my daughter's hair ties in the second drawer then the toothpaste. Most of her hair ties are scrunchies or headbands. --- I keep a dowel through the handles of the drawer so when one gets pulled open all of them do.

  • #3
    I am one of those who have to keep everything up or locked. Even art supplies. Everything is stored away and put up immediately after use.

    My only citation, ever, (no warning given) was for "Toxic Chemical within reach". I had a nasty inspector, who wore high heels, fake nails, stage makeup and drove an escalade at the time who lived to cast her "power" over everyone. A retired, tenured, teacher, of course. She tormented everyone I know in education.

    I had a wet infant, wrapped in a towel in my arms when I opened the door (diaper leak). She walked directly to the bathroom and pointed out the travel sized bottle of Johnson's baby oil on the tub. I had already put the baby wash up or she would have cited me for that, too. I was about to use the oil when the doorbell rang, so had not put it up, yet. I planned to use it. "Toxic Chemical".

    ** I hear she is a "popular" resident of a local nursing home since her stroke. Rarely has visitors. Seems she never learned to be careful of the toes she stomped along the way. Karma is hardcore.

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    • #4
      I'm thinking about maybe switching to Honest brand or the brand Hello.

      Hello says: Warning External use only. Avoid eye contact. Stop using if negative effects develop.

      It technically doesn't say keep out of reach of children.
      Last edited by TwinMama; 2 weeks ago.

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      • #5
        I found this. It doesn't say keep out of reach of children.

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        • #6
          This is my method foaming soap refill. There's no warning on it. Only this.
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          • #7
            I'm using goatsmilk bar soap--no label, straight from the farm--that I slice up into kid-size portions and replace when it starts to look icky. Licensing hasn't said anything about it, but licensing is now a hairdresser and I'm trying to get the new evaluator to respond to me, hooray.

            I keep Vaseline Clinical Care lotion at the sink for myself, and it has no warning labels. I have the medicine lock box on the wall near the bathroom, so I could keep some small toiletries in there if I needed to.

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