The car seat cleaners at car seats cleaning services are in for a rude awakening, as the EPA is threatening to shut down their business in 2017.
According to the EPA, the car seat cleaner companies are not allowed to perform any sort of car seat replacement unless the product meets the EPA’s standards.
Cleaning products that contain chemical additives are also not allowed, the EPA said in a press release.
Cleaners are also prohibited from using “other harmful chemicals” that can affect the health of humans or animals.
The EPA also said that car seat cleansers are not required to make sure that their products do not contain lead.
Cleaner companies like Car Seat Cleaning Services (CSCS) have been operating in the United States since the 1990s.
They have a reputation for quality and cleanliness.
Some cleaning products contain arsenic, which can cause brain damage in children.
The company claims that it does not use any chemicals, but the EPA claims that they do.
The agency also said they are not permitted to sell car seat care products.
However, they are allowed to advertise their services as “Cleaner Cleaning” and use a picture of a car seat on their website.
A spokesperson for the EPA told CBS News that this rule was in place “to make sure we are abiding by the highest standards for our air, water, and land.”
In addition, the agency said that “car seat cleaners are subject to inspections every three years to ensure they comply with federal regulations.”
This includes having their vehicles inspected once per year.
However this has not stopped the Cleaners from going out of business.
Car Seat Care Solutions has been in business since 2002 and has since expanded to several other states.
They are now headquartered in Oklahoma.
The Cleaners have also expanded their business to include a restaurant in South Carolina.
However they have not yet moved their business from Oklahoma to South Carolina, CBS News reports.
It remains to be seen if the EPA will take action to shut them down.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.