Naphthalene balls are extensively are used as household preservative of
woolen clothes and as a deodorant tablet for the toilets, urinals,
are manufactured from naphthalene flakes by a tablet making machine
having its ball shape die.
Naphthalene balls, also known as moth balls or camphor balls, are
spherical pieces of a white solid material containing at least 98
percent are used in naphthalene.
Naphthalene is carcinogenic and poses several other health hazards, so
it is no longer used for household purposes in several countries.
It is still
widely available in several asian countries, where naphthalene balls are
used to preserve woolen fabrics.
that you can also breathe in naphthalene vapours from clothes that have
been stored in moth balls.
crystals (balls) are made para dichlorobenzene (PDB), which is
considered more toxic than naphthalene.
sublimates easily and clothes should again be kept in a sealed container
along with the PDB again, all goods should be fully aired or washed
before wearing or using.
Naphthalene balls should be stored in closed containers, well out of the
reach of toddlers and children.
need to be kept away from open flames, moisture and oxidizing agents in
a cool, dry, well-ventilated area.
inhale the fumes from the balls.
with skin and eyes and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water
after handling them.
the dose that makes a thing not a poison.
the body sprays, phenolic soaps and lotions and even naphthalene balls
are known to be carcinogenic they can widely used to repel moths and
cockroaches and as deodorants for urinals and bathrooms.
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