There are so MANY things that have petroleum in them it's absolutely unbelievable. I quit buying the cases of bottled water. Plastic and rubber have petroleum in them.
Other products made from petroleum include:
CDs and DVDs
Added from something else I saw on the internet:
Artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives in processed foods Sponges Rubberbands Mascara Hairspray Liquid and bar soaps Asphalt Chewing gum CDs and DVDs Artificial fragrances Paint thinner Adhesives/Glues Stuffed animals Many prescription and over-thecounter drugs Varnishes/stains Plastic food packaging coatings inside: steel food cans; paper wrappers, cups, boxes, trays, and cartons; jar lids; and more. Gloves Game Boys/PlayStations/Xboxes Candles and other products made with paraffin wax, including some brands of chocolate Saccharin (Sweet’N Low) Ink Dishwashing liquids Paintbrushes Telephones/Cellphones Insecticides and herbicides Antiseptics Fishing lures Deodorant Vinyl flooring Carpet cleaners Yarn Tents Paint rollers Floor cleaner and wax Shoes Electrician's tape Scrubber pads Rollerskate wheels Skis Hand and body lotions Clothesline Dyes Soft contact and eyeglass lenses Shampoo and conditioner Kerosene Most synthetic fabrics including nylon, polyester, Lycra/spandex and acrylic Food preservatives Fishing rods Oven cleaners Transparent tape Anaesthetics Upholstery Dice Disposable diapers Audio and Video Cassettes Mops Paints Purses Electric blankets Awnings Ammonia Many automotive components: batteries, bumpers, dashboards, upholstery, seat cushions, carpeting, hoses, power steering fluid, antifreeze, motor oil and filters, tires, hubcaps, floormats, seatbelts, wiring, sound insulation, windshield washer fluid, belts, wiper blades, etc. Plexiglass Synthetic rubber/latex Pillows Vitamin capsules Fabric softeners Movie film Rubbing alcohol Loudspeakers Boats Toilet bowl cleaner Credit cards Fertilizers Crayons Insect repellent Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) pipes Toilet seats Air fresheners Caulking Roofing shingles Drain cleaners Fishing boots Lifejackets Balloons Shower curtains Garden hoses Golf balls Curtains Plywood adhesive Umbrellas Laundry detergents Dental floss Beach umbrellas Rubber cement Sunglasses Putty Faucet washers Cold cream Bandages Antihistamines Hair coloring Nail polish False teeth Petroleum jelly Toothpaste Golf bags Tennis rackets Toothbrushes Spot/stain removers Perfumes and colognes Luggage Wire insulation Shoe polish Shower doors Cortisone Carpeting Artificial turf Heart valves Lipstick Artificial limbs Hearing aids Vaporizers Aspirin Shaving cream Parachutes Propane Vinyl siding Motorcycles Many birth control devices including synthetic latex and polyurethane condoms, diaphragms, sponges, and intrauterine devices Baby bottles, pacifiers, and teething rings Industrial lubricants Solvents Natural gas (methane) Jet fuel Gaskets Computer components Window cleaner Charcoal lighter fluid Silverware and other metal polishes Dishwasher detergent Disinfectants
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