Is Borax Safe for Pets?

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Borax may be deemed safe for pets in some instances but it is generally not deemed safe for pets to consume. Borax is a type of household chemical that is commonly used for cleaning purposes. The chemical is usually found in laundry cleaners. It may also be felt in some toothpaste and hand soaps. Pure borax can be found in 20 Mule Team Borax. Besides cleaning, it can be used for herbicides, fungicides, desiccants, and insect killer. It is particularly useful for killing insects like cockroaches. Borax is in ingredient used in other products as a way to make something flame retardant.
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