• Just remember, that every time you see a warning label that makes you think that no one would ever be that stupid, the only reason the warning label is there is because some one was.

    What I want to know in this case, is how?

    • I suspect this was purely a joke. The cleaner may have been inspired by the warnings, now several decades old, that the plastic bags used to cover cleaned clothes are “not a toy.”

  • Waiting to see such a label on my next new car.

  • Actually they are quite tasty with some fava beans and a nice chianti.

  • If the cleaner is in state of California, this is likely a pre-emptive labeling at the iron in the
    coat hanger is certainly toxic if eaten and the coating on the hanger, paper and ink on the
    paper probably have some distant relation to a “known carcinogen”