What is Clorox used for?

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Clorox is a commercial bleaching agent. Clorox bleach is made from brine from salt ponds that is converted into bleach using the process of electrolysis. The original Clorox packaging featured a diamond shaped logo and the diamond shape has persisted in one form or another in Clorox branding to the present.
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Clorox is used as a stain remover, a disinfectant and in very small quantities, a method of disinfecting drinking water. When used as a disinfectant, clorox kills bacteria on household items, surfaces and floors. Clorox can also be used to remove stains.
Clorox is a Company that manufactures a variety of Clorox brand cleaning products. Clorox bleach can be used as a disinfectant, a stain remover, and sanitizing drinking water.
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Clorox is made of a mixture of salt water, sodium hydroxide and chlorine which is processed through passing through an electric current. It is used as a bleaching ...
Clorox is a non -chlorine bleach since it contains sodium hypochlorite. On the other hand, Clorox 2 is a chlorine bleach. They fall under the category of cleaning ...
The chemical formula for Clorox is that of liquid bleach. This has a chemical makeup of NaClO. It is commonly used as both a cleaning agent and a disinfectant. ...
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