As announced a few years ago and stated every few months in preparation, EPA has created a timeline  for a ban of non-industrial uses of methylene chloride. 

It was used in the past as a paint stripper but could also be found in things like automotive cleaners and various other consumer products. In home use, acute deaths did occur but only after shocking violations of common sense and boldly stated safety precautions.  If you used it to strip a bathtub in a closed room, well, you need to learn to read. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has long had stringent safety controls in place.

No one on the home front will miss it and with the proper paperwork industry can still use it, so this is a harmless ban and it gives the Biden administration a win that, rarely in his EPA, was based on science rather than stuffing panels with epidemiologists.