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The absolute biggest no-no of the bunch, used motor oil should never find its way down the a sink, whether in the kitchen or garage. One quart of it can contaminate 2 million gallons of drinking water, according to the EPA. Used motor oil—as well as other automotive products including brake fluid, antifreeze, and engine degreaser—should be taken to a service station or recycling center for disposal.
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