Windex is not a good disinfectant, and the new US Food and Drug Administration guidelines are likely to cause major problems for consumers.
In fact, there’s no good reason to continue to use it.
The new guidance, issued on February 11, states that some disinfectants, including some used by windex, are no better than what would be recommended for everyday use.
The new guidelines say windex should be avoided in hospitals, offices, and homes because it contains volatile organic compounds that can cause allergic reactions and other serious side effects.
The FDA says that windex is safe to wear on the skin, but it is not safe for workers and other people in crowded areas.
The FDA says it is possible to reduce windex’s risk by applying it to a wound, or using it to disinfect surfaces or clothing.
The agency recommends that consumers apply the disinfectant to the inside of the mouth, but not to the face.
In some cases, windex may be used as a skin disinfectant.
The agency says that the risks of inhalation are minimal.
The US Food & Drug Administration has also banned the use of windex in baby bottles, because it could cause allergic reaction in children.
Windex is also not recommended for use on children under 6.
“Washable and nonwashing products are safe for use and have been tested for their potential health hazards.
The best way to use these products safely is to follow the directions on the package, and to thoroughly wash your hands,” the FDA said in a statement.”
However, some products contain volatile organic chemicals, which can cause serious allergic reactions or other health issues.”
Windex has been used for centuries as a disinfectant in homes and offices, where it has been effective at keeping dust and dirt from spreading.
It was invented by German chemist Heinrich Meyer, who used it to remove harmful fumes from coal plants.
In the US, windx is made from wood chips, which are typically ground into a powder that is then mixed with water to make a paste.
But there are concerns that some windex powders contain volatile organics.
In 2011, the FDA issued a recall of a product made by an Australian company, which it said was contaminated with volatile organically produced compounds.
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) said that the FDA’s announcement that windx has been found to be a risk to human health is “a significant setback” for windex use.
“The ACS and the US Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) have already confirmed that windtex is safe for personal care and is currently being phased out from the US market,” the council said in its statement.
The association said that windy is “likely to be phased out in the US soon”.
“While the American Chemistry Board (ACB) has confirmed that windsex is a safe and effective disinfectant for most household and commercial products, the ACS is concerned that the US FDA’s new guidelines will limit the use and sales of this effective and widely used disinfectant,” the association said.