Bleaching Powder- 


Bleach powder is more effective at killing germs when diluted, than when used straight out of the bottle. For most uses, a ratio of nine parts water to one part bleach is recommended. A lot of people worry about the safety of this chemical, but it comes in a child-proof container, and so long as you keep it in that container, no one should be at risk of accidentally swallowing it, unless you leave the lid off. Once a week, change your usual floor cleaner to bleach. It keeps your floors clean. Add a little bleach to a basin-full of water, add the stained cups and leave to soak for a few minutes. Rinse well. Stain removal. Soaking individual items of clothing or bed sheets in a light bleach solution can get rid of stains. Whiten clothes. A little bleach added to your washing machine whitens white clothes that have grayed.




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