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bleach

noun Sodium hypochlorite (NaClO); e.g., Chlorox. A corrosive oxidising disinfectant and bleaching agent.
verb To whiten or remove colour or stains from.
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bleach, bleach·ing

(blēch, blēching)
Removal of color from an object using chemicals or light.
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Eggs were collected every other day and washed in a 1% solution of Chlorox bleach and water.
For germination tests, we treated seeds from 10 randomly selected shrubs from each site with 9% Chlorox and placed 10 seeds each from each shrub on saturated filter paper in sealed petri dishes.
Bring the blocks and toys in come fall, hose off the sand, bleach with diluted Chlorox or a wood bleach, and store till next winter--when you and the children can refurbish them.
Galled root pieces containing egg masses were cut into small pieces and placed in a container of 500 ml capacity with 200 ml of 0.5% Chlorox (Sodium hypochloride, NaOCI).Solution was shaken vigorously by hand for 4 min (Hussey and Barker, 1973).
The Chlorox Company and Advanced Sterilization Products contributed the bleach-impregnated towels.
You wouldn't believe how it takes your breath away Chlorox makes a very inexpensive and effective sanitizer.