household bleach

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  • The best practice is not to add anything to household bleach except water.
  • Some women, and a smaller number of men, lightened their hair with household bleach.
  • The father and son team began to make their household bleach from their headquarters in their 400 square foot garage.
  • Chemicals such as sulfuric acid or even household bleach can be used to undergo this process.
  • Anita is hurt and begins to pour household bleach on her legs.
  • Sometimes confused with chlorine bleach, household bleach has a completely different chemistry.
  • The wound should be disinfected with rubbing alcohol or a household bleach solution of one part bleach to nine parts water.
  • Household bleach generally removes a stain's colour, without dissolving the stain itself.
  • Eggs are rinsed for one to five minutes in dilute household bleach for disinfection.
  • Household bleach is a chemically-combined oxidizing agent that is used to remove or lighten color.
  • Research has shown that structural integrity of polyurethane female condoms is not damaged during up to five uses if it is disinfected with water and household bleach.
  • As others pointed out, this would amount to ordinary household bleach which is prepared by dissolving chlorine in sodium hydroxide solution.
  • Males of Priacma serrata (western North America) are notable for being strongly attracted to common household bleach.
  • Tanks were opened allowing wine to spill and casks were contaminated with household bleach.
  • Mixing with chlorine-containing products or strong oxidants, such as household bleach, can lead to hazardous compounds such as chloramines.
  • When disinfecting most surfaces, 1 part liquid household bleach to 100 parts water is sufficient for sanitizing.
  • Old T-shirts and cotton sheets that rip easily demonstrate the costs of laundering with household bleach.
  • The electrolysis of such salt solutions produces a solution of sodium hypochlorite, which is the most common ingredient in store-bought household bleach.
  • A weak solution of 2% household bleach in warm water is used to sanitize smooth surfaces prior to brewing of beer or wine.
  • Clorox produces household bleach by bubbling chlorine into a solution of water and sodium hydroxide.
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