Briefly: Bleach is generally white therefore when used on something 'dirty' all the dirt and germs are an invisible white or transparent colour. When the white bleach is mixed with the black dirt (in most cases) then the colour of the bleach turns black because the dirt mixes with white. If you mix black paint with white it turns black or grey because dark overpowers white. hope this helps your random curiosity :)
1 tbs of bleach to 1 gallon of water.
This cleanser will effectively disinfect the counter top.
When using an alcohol based hand gel to disinfect your hands, what is one important step?
You can't remove bleach spots using a different bleach.
Bleach is very well known as a disinfectant. Yes bleach kills germs! Its effectiveness is all about the strength, if you are using straight bleach or diluting it in water. A solution of one part bleach to 10 parts water is strong enough to kill the HIV/AIDS virus. When I was still working in home health, our nurses kept a spray bottle with this solution with them at all times to disinfect any areas where an AIDS patient had bled, etc. This solution is not only approved by OSHA, but is recommended.
Apparently there is a way to test using honey if your piece turns green when placed in it, it is gold
No bleach will remain effective
Depending on what you are using bleach for, it will change how much bleach is too much. Find directions to see what the recommendation is for your usage.
Aside from bleach, you can also use hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to bleach hair.
No, you cannot mix both bleach and Drano due to safety reasons. If you really want bleach then first use the Drano and then wait before using the bleach.
Yes you can, but I wouldn't recommend it. The hair may also dissolve.
Outdoor bleach can be substituted for indoor bleach if necessary, but use one part bleach to 5 parts water. Outdoor bleach is more like a gel than liquid household bleach. It is designed to work best in the sun, on items like driveways or pool decks, but it can be used inside with caution. Its fumes are much stronger, so be prepared for that. Be cautious when spraying it, because even diluted it can cause bleach "burns" to fabric or other surfaces. If you are using it in the washing machine, make certain to have the bleach and water mixed well and add the solution only to the dispenser in the washer.