Why do I have to buy lubricants after I use them?
Auto lubricants are a popular choice among the public and by the manufacturers themselves, but the chemical composition of many of these products makes them susceptible to damage.
And when they break down, their degradation products can cause serious health problems.
This week, the FDA is launching a new class of safety tests for auto lubricants that it says will help manufacturers and consumers understand exactly how many of the more than a dozen known substances in these lubricants can be hazardous.
The new testing is aimed at helping manufacturers understand which lubricants may pose the greatest risks to people and the environment.
The FDA has been monitoring auto lubricant degradation for more than 15 years, and the agency says that it has identified many of them as potentially hazardous, even if the ingredients in them are relatively benign.
In general, most auto lubricators break down in the presence of certain chemicals, such as acetone, a common solvent used to manufacture automotive lubricants.
Some of the ingredients are not known to be harmful.
But many of those compounds can be dangerous.
Some common compounds in auto lubricating solutions can be toxic to humans.
The chemicals that cause the most problems in the environment are acetone and benzene, both of which are present in motor oil.
These compounds can cause skin, eye, respiratory and gastrointestinal irritation and can be found in food.
Benzene is often found in household cleaners and cleaners in general, as well as in industrial products.
Benzine is also a known carcinogen.
Benzaldehyde, a compound that is the main ingredient in the gasoline that comes out of a vehicle’s engine, is also found in the engine of some cars and trucks.
Benzodioxins, also known as DDXs, are another known carcinogenic substance.
Benzocarbons are chemicals that are often found together in plastics and polymers.
They can cause a variety of health problems, including respiratory problems, liver damage and increased risk of cancer.
Benzoyl peroxide, another component of many auto lubrications, is used as a solvent for some types of auto lubrication and can also cause skin irritation and respiratory problems.
The substances in lubricants and other chemicals in auto oil and gas can pose serious health risks, including the breakdown of many compounds and the risk of exposure to harmful chemicals.
This new testing will help consumers better understand how to spot and identify these dangerous compounds.