Chlorine bleach is a combination of chemical solutions and water. The elements used to make the substance include chlorine, caustic soda and water. The chlorine and caustic soda create a solution known as sodium hypochlorite, which is a hazardous substance. Making your own cleaning solutions, including chlorine bleach, may have benefits, including cost-savings, selection of ingredients and packaging-reduction.
Chlorine bleach solution can be used as a handy, inexpensive household disinfectant. It can be applied in the kitchen to food preparation surfaces, like countertops and cutting boards, to destroy foodborne germs like e.coli and salmonella. Bathroom surfaces may be sanitized using chlorine bleach, as can hard surfaces in the sick room. During flu season, disinfecting commonly touched surfaces, such as door knobs and dials, with chlorine bleach solution can help prevent the spread of the flu virus among family members.
- 1kg Chlorine
- ?kg Soda Ash
- ?kg Caustic Soda
- 20 liters Water
- Pour water into a bucket (enough to contain 20 liters).
- Pour chlorine inside the water and stir.
- Pour soda ash and stir.
- Pour the caustic soda and stir.
- Cover the bucket for 24 hours for mixture settle.
- Separate the liquid content and throw away the settled particles.
- The liquid content is your bleach.
- Package in a preferred container for use.
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