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What side effect(s) would happen to a person if s/he drinks a bottle of Pine-Sol? You see, there was a rumor about a girl who tried to kill herself by drinking the probably 3/4 bottle. Answering the question and/or providing your own opinion would be greatly appreciated.

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Any kind of terpene ingestion is going to cause some major central nervous system problems. Ingesting undiluted Pine-sol in that kind of quantity would probably put you in a coma. And I can't imagine it would be a kind way to go, what with all the caustic effect on soft tissue. Your screaming would be pretty painful.

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without knowing the ingredients / chem breakdown of what`s in it it`s hard to say, but as Phi said, if it contains volatile terpenes then CNS depression is very likely!


having said that she did well to get through 3/4`s I doubt I`de get the stuff past my tongue before spitting it out and gargling with some battery acid to shift the taste :D

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Pinesol is:

Pine oil 10-20%

IPA 4-7%

Alkyl alcohol ethoxylates 2 - 6%




Ingredient Concentration Worker Exposure Limit

Pine oil 10 - 20% Not established.

CAS # 8002-09-3

Isopropyl alcohol 4 - 7% 400 ppm - TLV-TWAa

CAS #67-63-0 400 ppm - PELb

500 ppm - TLV-STELc

Alkyl alcohol ethoxylates 2 - 6% Not established.

CAS # 66455-15-0

aTLV-TWA = ACGIH Threshold Limit Value - Time Weighted Average

bPEL = OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit - Time Weighted Average

cTLV-STEL = ACGIH Threshold Limit Value - Short Term Exposure Limit

None of the materials in this product are on the IARC, OSHA, or NTP

carcinogen lists.


II Health Hazard Data III Hazardous Ingredients

Eye irritant. May cause skin irritation. Avoid contact with food.

No medical conditions are known to be aggravated by exposure to this



EYE CONTACT: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water. If irritation

persists, call a physician.

INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Promptly drink a large amount of

milk or water. Call a physician.

SKIN CONTACT: Wash skin with water. If irritation persists, call a


INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. If breathing problems develop, call a


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