OK a little background...I walk into a kitchen to see someone's 2-year-old, unsupervised, "playing" with a bottle of window cleaner (spraying the fridge, playing like she's cleaning it). I ask the mother if she knows about it and she says "oh yeah, I let her play with it". By the time I get to the baby, she's rubbing her eyes; I can only assume she has some chemicals on her hands. Then the mother takes the baby away (I don't believe she washed the baby's hands) and proceeded to have the baby eat (with her fingers, of course.) Of course, the warnings on the bottle say "keep out of reach of children" and "wash eyes thoroughly if they come in contact with the cleaner...seek medical attention if irritation persists..." I don't have a very confrontive personality, but I think I gotta draw the line on this one. Does anyone out there have any kind of background where you would know exactly how dangerous it is to let babies play with cleaning chemicals?