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What happens if you get toilet bowl cleaner on your skin?

The chemical in the toilet bowl cleaner is hydrochloric acid. This chemical is corrosive to the skin. If breathed in, it causes eye irritation and damage to your respiratory tract. To remove cleaner from your skin, use soap and water.

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