Asphalt sealers can be a serious health risk

Asphalt seals are often touted as safer than asphalt, but a new study suggests they are more likely to cause skin and lung irritation and death.

Asphalt sealants are often advertised as safer to use on the road than asphalt and are often used by motorists as part of a car’s paint scheme, according to a study released Tuesday by the Canadian Association of Sealers.

The group looked at the safety of asphalt sealers sold by major car brands and found they are the most hazardous and most deadly sealers to use in the home.

The sealers include Kia and Mercedes-Benz, among others.

The study found the safety ratings were not very high.

The study was conducted by the association between the association and the Canadian Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (CIOS), which represents companies in the automotive, auto repair, and auto-parts industries.CIOS is an independent agency of the Canadian government.

It advises governments on safety issues, such as sealers and the safety-net program for workers.

The report found the following are the main types of sealers that can cause skin irritation, skin irritation caused by burning, or death:Asphalt: In addition to the main type, which are commonly used in the car paint industry, asphalt sealer can also be used in some construction projects, where asphalt sealants can be applied to a concrete floor.

The sealers contain chemicals that can form a thick film on the concrete surface, which can cause burns and skin irritation.

Asphalt can be sprayed on to concrete and asphalt construction equipment, but only if the equipment is approved by the manufacturer.

It’s not recommended to apply asphalt sealant on a concrete surface.

Kia: Kia uses asphalt sealators in the vehicle and on the paintwork of some models of Kia’s popular sport utility vehicles.

Kia says the coating is safe and doesn’t cause skin problems, but it does contain chemical substances that can irritate the skin and cause skin irritations.

Mercedes- Benz: Mercedes-Bimmer has a large fleet of Kias, including the Caddy, Kia Sport and Caddy Sport.

It says the sealers do not contain any chemical substances, but can cause burning skin irritation and may lead to irritation of the eyes, nose and mouth.

The Kia products have to be approved by their manufacturers.

Mercedes’ vehicle brand also has an “ASP” sealer.

It is used on the interior and exterior of vehicles, but the coating doesn’t contain any chemicals.

Other car brands, such, have “SPB” or “SP” sealers, which contain chemicals in a less toxic form.

The car companies say the SPB sealers are safe, but contain chemicals.

The results of the study were based on data from more than 20 studies of asphalt, sealers or other sealers from 20 different companies.

The studies included more than 2,200 people.

Researchers found that asphalt sealings cause the most skin irritation in people who are sensitive to sealants, which include those who are allergic to latex, latex allergies, eczema, psoriasis and eczematous arthritis.

The skin irritation is caused by the chemical compounds in the asphalt seal, and is most common in the feet and the mouth, researchers found.

The skin irritation was greatest in people with eczepsy, a condition where the skin becomes dry, inflamed or ulcerated.

In addition to skin irritation from the chemicals in the seal, there were also several other skin reactions: skin irritants on the face and throat, and skin reactions such as irritation to the skin, the skin around the eyes and nose, and redness of the skin.

The researchers found that the most common reaction was a red or puffy rash on the arms and hands.

Some people reported itching, burning, and blistering, but others reported irritation of their skin.

In the study, researchers analyzed the reactions of 1,054 people, who were followed for at least three months.

They found that in general, people with allergies to latex reacted more strongly than people with other allergies.

In addition, some people with allergy to latex and other chemicals also reported itching and burning, swelling and pain.

People with eczaema, an allergic skin condition that causes itching, inflammation, and itching on the skin in people of different ages, were more likely than other people to experience skin irritation or skin irritation of some kind.

People with eczoa also reported skin reactions to the sealant, although most of these were not allergic to the chemicals.

Some people who had asthma had higher skin irritation levels than others.

People who were sensitive to latex were more than twice as likely to have skin irritation compared with those who were not.

In general, the more serious reactions were more common in people whose asthma was severe, the researchers said.

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