Jana Watson using TikTok shared a video after using Clorox spray in their bathroom, her daughter Avery suffered from “accidental bleach inhalation.”
Jana Watson published horrific photographs of the youngster being transported to the hospital and placed on a ventilator.
She wrote: “1st time cleaning bathroom with bleach!
“Accidental bleach inhalation while cleaning the bathroom with bleach.
“Caution with cleaning products, keep room ventilated, and windows and doors open!”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, those exposed to harmful levels of chlorine may experience chest tightness, trouble breathing, and even pulmonary fluid.
They add: “Follow the label directions on the bleach product. Check to see if you need to wear any protective equipment, such as gloves or eye protection.
“Never mix household bleach (or any disinfectants) with any other cleaners or disinfectants. This can release vapors that may be very dangerous to breathe in.
“Make sure you have good ventilation while using bleach products indoors (for example, open windows and doors to allow fresh air to enter).”
In one scene, Watson recalls how Avery struggled to breathe after inhaling the chemicals.
Her video has been seen over 2.8 million times since then.
Avery is shown trying to breathe in a second video.
Jana Watson said she was transported to a paediatric intensive care unit after experiencing a pounding heartbeat, sweating, and nausea.
She added: “X-ray showed swelling behind the vocal chords.”
On TikTok users said they “always open the window or turn the fan on when cleaning with chemicals.”
Another joked: “I knew it, housework is bad for your health.”
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