One of the most common home accidents is the mixing of products containing chlorine bleach
with those containing ammonia," says WTC.
To summarize, the uncertainty in both the exposure estimates and the outcome measures, coupled with the conflicting outcomes with home exposure to chlorine bleach
, make it difficult to accept the strong conclusions reached by Bernard et al.
Boeing aircraft were sprayed with sodium hypochlorite (chlorine bleach
) for the purpose of curbing the spread of foot and mouth disease, which resulted in the failure of the axles by stress corrosion cracking from the corrosion pits that resulted from the chlorine bleach
attack," said lead engineer Clint Forrest.
Sobsey recommends that consumers wash fruits and vegetables which will be eaten raw, especially those from developing countries in Central and South America, for up to 10 minutes in a gallon or two of cold water containing a half teaspoon of chlorine bleach
In addition to the uses with which most of us are familiar--chlorinating water to kill germs and chlorine bleach
to clean clothes--chlorine is used in the making of a vast number of products such as pipes, bottles, house siding, and packaging.
Minncare HD disinfectant eliminates the risk of using unregulated industrial chemicals, such as chlorine bleach
, in patient treatment areas," said John Rickert, VP Medical Sales.
Ozone is a superb antimicrobial agent, 3,000 times more reactive than chlorine bleach
To get rid of them, you can use special bleach-based cleaners with a solution of one quart chlorine bleach
to three quarts of water.
During the event, Reckitt pointed out to consumers that 97% percent of clothing labels instruct against the use of chlorine bleach
For this, you'll be using chlorine bleach
, which can irritate the skin, eyes and lungs.
good nontoxic cleaner like white distilled vinegar replaces all your chlorine bleach
products," Deirdre told us in a recent interview.
If you really want to disinfect the nursery, bathroom and laundry after a family member's illness, a safer alternative is a solution of chlorine bleach
in water (about 1/4 cup of household bleach to 1 gallon of water).