The bathroom of the house, with shower and tub, toilet, sink, drain clog remover, a broken thermometer, and nail polish remover.

Bathroom Hazard: Mold in the tub

Mold is a kind of fungus that is found in damp areas indoors and outdoors. Some molds can cause bad smells and serious health problems. People with asthma, allergies, or other breathing problems may be more sensitive to some mold.

Bathroom Hazard: Broken Thermometer

Mercury is used in some thermometers and thermostats because it expands and contracts with changing temperatures. It has no smell. Mercury is very dangerous and toxic if you touch, breathe, or swallow it.

Bathroom Hazard: Drain Cleaner Made with Sodium Hydroxide

Sodium hydroxide is used in cleaners for drains, ovens, tile, grout, outdoor decks...all kinds of things! Sodium hydroxide is very corrosive, which means it can burn anything it touches - even your skin. Keep away from your eyes and never ever swallow it.

Bathroom Hazard: Nail Polish Remover

Acetone is a clear, strong-smelling liquid that is in some nail polish removers. It can easily catch fire, so keep nail polish remover away from fire, flame or heat...even cigarettes.