Teas in tea lights are cheap because they’re produced using the same chemical as the light source.
But the same process that makes them cheaper in a regular light source also makes them expensive in a tea light.
Teas with a chemical that has to be mixed into the tea is a common sight in shops.
Teas also contain an organic substance called tea tree oil, which is used as a light source in many household products.
It’s a common ingredient in the production of a wide range of household products, including candles, dishwashers, washing machines and refrigerators.
The chemicals used in tea light production are not harmful, but they’re expensive to make, says Laura Taylor, head of chemical safety at Teaview Environmental.
Many products sold in shops are made using chemicals that are safe, but when they’re made in a different way, they have an impact on the environment.
For example, the chemical in tea lighting is a known carcinogen, but some of the products being sold in the UK are not tested for carcinogens and they may have been made with other chemicals, such as formaldehyde.
“If you’ve bought something like that from a store, it’s going to be used to make something else, and it’s the same product that’s going into the products in a shop, and so it’s a problem,” says Taylor.
When a product is sold in a new or refurbished store, you can check to see if it contains formaldehyde or asbestos.
If so, you should contact the retailer directly to see what steps they’ve taken to protect the environment from the chemical.
If you’re unsure, ask your retailer about whether they have a full list of products made with formaldehyde and asbestos.