Wash your hands thoroughly. That "slimy feeling" is your skin breaking down.
To remove bleach smell from hands (and that slimy feeling) pour a little vinegar or lemon juice over your hands then rinse. (bleach is alkaline, vinegar and lemon are acid, so they cancel each other out and balance the pH of your skin.) -- Candace Downing email@example.com
It would seem unwise to me to bleach your hands every day. I used to work as a kitchen porter and we used a bit of bleach for cleaning difficult-to-remove tea and coffee stains, and I started to get a rash on my hands - especially round my knuckles. My guess is that after a while the skin would crack and bleed, and you really wouldn't want bleach getting into your bloodstream. Bleaching your hands will just make you more susceptible to potentially harmful germs by getting rid of both the "good" and "bad" ones. Also, you may get a rash. It is not meant for your hands. And you should always wear gloves when handling bleach.
Bleach & water.
it can't unless you were willing to take extreme measures like picking them off one by one or soaking them in bleach. anything you do to get rid of the bacteria will also destroy the tissue.
Bleach or Clorox.
shave it, bleach it or wax it!
An infection needs an antibiotic cream.
put bleach on it. the bleach will dry it out and it should be gone in a couple of days.
Empty the fountain, pour bleach, scrub and rinse. The bleach will get rid of any mildew on the fountain.
Baking soda Baking soda neutralizes the smell of bleach. Bleach is a nasty chemical. Simply spray with Freshana AIRIA Air Purifier.