One of the most ridiculous statements I’ve read in a long time. Devoid of any actual knowledge of the items themselves.Is mixing aroma chemicals with other aroma chemicals dangerous, as you can accidently create toxic perfume?
Does anyone know any website or formula to calculate if two chemicals will create a hazardous substance?
You should maybe worry about the raw components before thinking of mixing them.
Some of them (naturals included) in a certain configuration, quantity and succession of some hazardous parameters, can explode.
Jacque Polge once declared having installed his labs in the top floor of Chanel's building to impact very few people if such accident were to happen.
He stores all of his working compound in bottles with glass stopper to pop out under pressure/combustion instead of exploding.
I did not mention any "combination" did I?What aromachemical combinations in what configuration, quantity, and succession of hazardous parameters can explode?
"Safe storage of 55 gallon drums full of chemicals" is one thing, but not what the original post was asking about.
"Mixing random shit from Perfumer's Apprentice" is not going to accidentally create a deadly toxic cloud instead of a fragrance.