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 Is Clorox bleach chlorine-free?

Answer No Clorox bleach is chlorine-free. All Clorox liquid bleach varieties, including Clorox Regular-Bleach, Clorox Outdoor Bleach Cleaner and scented Clorox bleaches, contain the active ingredient sodi... Read More »
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Does clorox bleach contain chlorine?

Yes, Clorox bleach does contain chlorine. Clorox purchases chlorine from chlorine manufacturers and makes household bleach. Clorox bubbles the chlorine into a solution of water and sodium hydroxide... Read More »
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How much chlorine is in Clorox?

Clorox Regular Bleach, manufactured by the Clorox Company, contains 5.7 percent chlorine in a 60-oz. bottle. Used for laundry and household cleaning, Clorox bleach originated in Oakland, Calif., in... Read More »
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Sodium hypocholorite and/or chlorine dioxide: bleach, or not bleach?

When you mix it up with citric acid according to the directions, it produces chlorine dioxide.From Wiki: "Chlorine dioxide is a chemical compound with the formula ClO2. This yellowish-green gas cr... Read More »
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What is the ph of Clorox bleach?

According to the University of New Mexico, the percentage of hydrogen (pH) level of Clorox bleach is 11.4, similar to that of ammonia. However, the Environmental Protection Agency places the averag... Read More »
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