Does Bleach Kill Germs?

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Research has proven that bleach does in fact kill bacteria. Bleach contains hypochlorous acid, an active ingredient that attacks proteins in bacteria, causing them to clump up and form large, insoluble aggregates.
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It is the release of the chlorine gas contained in the bleach,that knocks out the germs. Chlorine gas is very dangerous, that is why it is important NOT to use it with an other chemical
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