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Causes of Potassium dichromate allergy

What causes Potassium dichromate allergy?

Causes: Potassium dichromate allergy: Sources of Potassium dichromate exposure around the home includes: chrome-tanned leather products, certain cosmetics, disinfectants and bleaches, paints, tattoo ink, dental appliances. Sources usually encountered in workplaces includes: cement, primer paint, manufacturing or working with dyes, pains, chromium steel alloys, pulp, paper, explosives, photographic chemicals and pottery.


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