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Chemerical

Runtime: 74m 58s | Release date: 2009

From the creator of the award-winning film "Garbage! The Revolution Starts At Home" comes a shocking tale about the products we use to clean our homes and bodies.

Chemerical explores the life cycle of everyday household cleaners and hygiene products to prove that, thanks to our clean obsession, we are drowning in a sea of toxicity. The film is at once humorous, as we watch the Goode family try to turn a new leaf by creating and living in a toxin-free home; and informative, as director, Andrew Nisker works with many experts to give audiences the tools and inspiration to live toxin free.

Chemerical tackles "the toxic debate" in a truly informative and entertaining way, not only by raising awareness but, most importantly, by providing simple solutions.

Featuring:

Andrew Nisker
Goode Family

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Crystal Frazier | 3 weeks, 2 days ago
I really wanted to watch this documentary but, the vibrating blackout effect on the chemical cleaning products gave me a headache.
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Claudia P. Sánchez-Castillo | 5 months ago
Thanks for this film! Very informative and moving!
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Ivory David | FMTV | 5 months ago
You're most welcome Claudia, we are glad you enjoyed it ~ Ivory :)
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Sandy Watt | 5 months, 1 week ago
Great film. Made me want to take a look at my personal care products again. The only thing I disagreed with was the use of tooth-decaying sugar as an ingredient in the toothpaste. Doesn’t make sense to me. Xylitol or stevia would be a better alternative.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 5 months, 1 week ago
Happy to hear you find this film helpful, Sandy! Thanks as well for your sharing your thoughts! :) ~ Iris
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Holly Templer | 4 months ago
I think it's probably for the abrasive nature of sugar rather than the flavour.
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Sandy Watt | 3 months, 2 weeks ago
@Holly Templer, xylitol has abrasive qualities, as well as baking soda, plus neither one cause tooth decay. Sugar is totally unnecessary in any toothpaste.
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Sharon Campbell | 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Do you have some of these recipe that I could use? Especially the cleaning products like the laundry detergent. Love the documentary!!!
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Joyce Ann Solomon | FMTV | 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Hello Susan, feel free to check our DIY's here: https://www.foodmatters.com/search/?q=diy :) ~ Joyce
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Christoph Binder | 6 months ago
I just read the Wikipedia Entry for Borax. Thats not something, i would personally use, ever.
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