The ceramic tile cleaners in the market have a lot to answer for.
The company, named in honor of the late and beloved Israeli artist and engineer Eliezer Cohen, claims to have invented a cleaner which “takes the skin, bones, hair and nails out of ceramic tiles,” and to make it into “a very safe and safe product that does not kill the customer.”
But the ceramic tiles themselves are not safe at all.
The companies name “Cantaloup” was the acronym used by the anti-Semitic organization Yad Vashem, which calls for the extermination of Jews, Roma and other minorities.
The cleaning products are marketed as a way to protect the health of the human body and the environment.
But the company claims they are “a product that is meant for the human population.
Not only for the individual but for the entire world.”
The cleaning company uses a mixture of chlorine, sulphur dioxide, ammonia and chlorine bleach to remove the “salt, grime, water, grease and other dirt and particles from the surface of the ceramic surface,” the website reads.
The cleaners are advertised on the packaging as “an amazing cleaner,” and are labeled as “the most safe and effective product on the market.”
But as the Jerusalem Post has reported, the company is also involved in “racist” work.
One of its customers is a former customer of the company.
The customer told the Jerusalem post that the cleaning products were “extremely dangerous,” and “inhumane and degrading to our body and environment.”
She added that her husband had to wear a mask after he was found to have suffered from skin cancer, which was caused by the cleaning product.
“I had to take him to the hospital and take care of his skin,” she said.
“I had a very long stay at the hospital, and I was very afraid that my husband would die.”
The company denies that it has racist intentions, but it does have a history of making claims about its products.
For example, the Jerusalem paper reported that a “competent human rights lawyer” at the company has said that “there is no such thing as a ceramic tile that can be cleaned by the ceramic cleaner.”
In response to the allegations, a spokesperson for the company said in a statement:The company’s products have never been tested for toxicity, and there is no reason to believe that they are harmful to the human health or the environment.
“But there are some troubling claims in the company’s promotional materials, including one in which the company describes the product as “a safe and good way to treat the skin.
“The spokesperson said:The product can be used for up to 10 days.
The Jerusalem Post contacted the company for comment.
In response, the spokesman said:We have not received any official complaints regarding the product.