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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.

bleach, bleach·ing

(blēch, blēching)
Removal of color from an object using chemicals or light.

bleach

see sodium hypochlorite.
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1% household bleach solution (1 part 5%--6% sodium hypochlorite [household bleach] to 10 parts water, prepared fresh) (8).
Regular household bleach (Clorox) and Clorox Anywhere bleach were purchased at a local grocery store.
The Philippines has a tradition of "making do" with the most limited materials - in this case a simple plastic bottle of water and a little household bleach.
Chemical reactions can produce perchlorates from chlorides, but an intermediate step is the formation of oxychlorines - a class of highly oxidising chemicals that includes household bleach.
After the eggs were removed from the heat, the mammilated layer was removed through exposure to undiluted household bleach (6% sodium hypochlorite) to promote subsequent emerging of larvae, then washed 5 times in 0.
The court heard Singh made her son drink a cup of household bleach at around 8pm on February 9, and said she had drunk some herself an hour later.
In Marked Tree, Awesome Products will manufacture chemicals used for household bleach, the news release said.
Additionally, Abracadabra, Hocus Pocus, Presto and Voila can be cleaned with 1: 5 diluted household bleach.
K2 Pure Solutions was founded by David Cynamon and Howard Brodie, founders of KIK Custom Products, a North American-based contract manufacturer of private label household bleach, personal care and household cleaning products.
Specifically, they need donations of household bleach, white vinegar, disposable gloves, spray bottles and paper towels.
Common household bleach, also known as chlorine bleach, is a liquid compound of sodium hypochlorite, which is a combination of sodium chloride (a salt) with water and chlorine.
Rinse your old bottle and put in a good squirt of household bleach, followed by a quarter of the amount of washing-up liquid.