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 Who discovered Clorox bleach?

Answer The first bleaching chemical was a powder patented in 1799 by Scottish inventor Charles Tennant. In 1913, Edward Hughes, Charles Husband, William Hussey, Rufus Myers and Archibald Taft invested in ... 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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Can you put non-clorox bleach in the dishwasher?

It is normal for dishwashes to discharge below the sink into the "S bend" (otherwise called the trap) this trap is there to stop the smell from the drain coming into the house. Often there is a spi... Read More »
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Can you use Clorox bleach on granite?

Granite is a siliceous stone made up of particles of silica or quartz, making it durable and easy to clean. Mix 1/2 cup of Clorox bleach with 1 gallon of water to clean biological stains off granit... Read More »
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How do I dispose of Clorox bleach?

Use the City SewerFlush Clorox bleach down the toilet, or pour it down the kitchen drain while running water as you pour the bleach down the drain to dilute the bleach. Remember to flush the toilet... Read More »
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