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Bleach Definition What Is Bleach? - Housekeeping - About.com
Find out how bleach helps get laundry clean and fresh. How is bleach used in the laundry room.
What Is Bleach and How Does It Work? - Chemistry - About.com
Answer: What Is Bleach? A bleach is a chemical that can remove or lighten color, usually via oxidation. Types of Bleach. There are several types of bleach.
Why You Shouldn't Mix Bleach and Vinegar - Chemistry - About.com
Mixing bleach and vinegar is a bad idea. Toxic chlorine gas is released, which essentially serves as a way to wage chemical warfare on yourself. Many people ...
Uses for Bleach and Vinegar - Chemistry - About.com
Mixing vinegar and bleach strengthens the cleaning and disinfecting properties of the chemicals, yet it also produces toxic vapors. Do you mix vinegar and ...
Chlorine Bleach Shelf Life - Chemistry - About.com
Jan 31, 2014 ... Bleach is one of those household chemicals that loses its activity over time. It doesn't matter whether or not the bleach container has been ...
Why You Shouldn't Mix Bleach and Ammonia - Chemistry - About.com
Mixing bleach and ammonia is extremely dangerous, since toxic vapors will be produced. The primary toxic chemical formed by the reaction is chloramine vapor,  ...
Bleach and Alcohol Make Chloroform - Chemistry - About.com
Mixing bleach and alcohol is a bad idea because the chemicals react to make chloroform. Here's a look at what happens and the risks associated with mixing ...
The Killing Power of Bleach and Vinegar - Chemistry - About.com
Sep 26, 2007 ... The reason that mixing bleach and vinegar is a health hazard is not .... I knew about bleach and ammonia, but not vinegar and something told ...
Bleach and Toilet Bowl Cleaner - Share Your Story: Accidental ...
Read about an experience in which toxic fumes were produced from mixing bleach and toilet bowl cleaner.
Is Bleach Safe for Aquarium Use?
The answer is yes, when used in proper concentrations bleach is safe for aquarium use. For those who gasp in disbelief at that statement, here's another fact you ...
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