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 What can you use instead of bleach?

Answer On One Hand: Hydrogen Peroxide SolutionOne cleaner that can take the place of bleach is hydrogen peroxide. Peroxide is just as useful as bleach for cleaning counters because it kills the same amou... 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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Does 'Do Not Bleach' mean that you shouldn't use washing powder which contains bleach?

"Do not Bleach" mean no Chlorine bleach, like Clorox. Oxygen bleach (like OxiClean) is almost always ok. I have never had a fabric or color react to Oxygen bleach....not even black cotton.I would... Read More »
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Can I use color safe bleach on clothes that say do not bleach?

You can use oxygen bleach on most washable clothing. Oxygen bleach is also known as color-safe bleach. It is designed to remove stains on colored fabrics. Test first for colorfastness, or fading by... Read More »
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Oxygen Bleach Vs. Chlorine Bleach?

For a very long time, the only real laundry bleach on the market was chlorine bleach, popularized by industry leaders, such as Clorox. Bleach is not only used for stain removal in laundry, but to c... Read More »
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