What does Clorox do to bacteria?

Answer Clorox kills bacteria. Some types of bacteria it kills are staph, salmonella, E. coli and strep. It is also effective in killing fungus such as Trichophyton mentagrophytes, which causes athlete's f... Read More »

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Does chlorine have a bacteria that kills the good bacteria?

Chlorine does not have any bacteria that kills good bacteria, according to water treatment business LennTech. Chlorine destroys bacteria and viruses by breaking down the chemical bonds that hold th... Read More »

What does Clorox contain?

Regular Clorox bleach contains water, sodium hypochlorite, sodium chloride, sodium carbonate, sodium hydroxide, and sodium polyacrylate, in descending order of concentration. Scented varieties also... Read More »

What is Clorox used for?

The Clorox Company manufactures a variety of Clorox brand cleaning products. Most Clorox cleaning products contain bleach, or some chemical variation of bleach. Bleach contains chlorine, which ki... Read More »

What is clorox?

Clorox is a brand of bleach that has been a household favorite for nearly 100 years. Clorox is used in hospitals, restaurants, schools, airports and hotels to promote a clean, germ-free atmosphere.... Read More »