Chlorinated paraffin has the properties of thermal stability, variable viscosity, flame retardancy and low vapor pressure. It is commonly used as a lubricant, plasticizer, flame retardant, as well as additive for rubber, paint and sealant, Leather and textile processing agents. Short-chain chlorinated paraffins are a class of persistent and long-range migration of organic matter, with teratogenic, pathogenic, mutagenic toxicity. Low concentrations can be toxic to aquatic organisms, accumulated in plants and animals, the human body and the environment. On January 11, 2013, the EU banned the use of SCCPs in all its products.