Preventing Adverse Health Effects from Exposure to: Dimethylformamide (DMF)
FAQ's Gloves - OSAP
Avoid skin contact with dimethylformamide DMF! This chemical is easily absorbed through the skin and can cause liver damage and other adverse health effects. This substance is readily absorbed through the skin and is known to be toxic to the liver; recent evidence shows that liver damage may occur in exposed workers who appear to be healthy. DMF is also known to cause skin problems and alcohol intolerance.
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