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The bleaching process has been known for millennia, but the chemicals currently used for .... (calcium oxide) is known as "tropical bleach". Percent active chlorine in these materials rang...

Shelf Life of Bleach/Water Solutions | Clorox

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Nov 4, 2010 ... Regarding how long you can store a bleach solution, it depends on ... can cause the liquid bleach active to break down into salt and water.

Department of Health - The Use of Bleach

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Bleach is a strong and effective disinfectant. Its active ingredient, sodium hypochlorite, denatures protein in micro-organisms and is therefore effective in killing ...

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Bleach But Were ...

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Feb 13, 2006 ... Bleach is so common in the home and in the lab, it's easy to assume that using it is a no-brainer. You pour some out and it kills germs, right?

Chlorine Bleach Shelf Life - Chemistry - About.com

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Jan 31, 2014 ... Temperature is the primary factor affecting how long bleach remains active. According to Clorox™, the amount of hypochlorite that is added to ...

How Bleach Has Changed and What You Need to Do About It ...

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Aug 27, 2014 ... Household bleach is an inexpensive and effective way to sanitize around the ... It is now sold in “concentrated” form with more active ingredient. .... salt (NaCl) in solution… not sure how long it'll be until they have to list that too.

Does bleach go bad? - cleaning chlorine | Ask MetaFilter

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I'm not sure how long a dilute mixture will retain its activity. ... They state that their 6% active hypochlorite strength required by the EPA for a use ...

Does Bleach Go Bad? | PreparednessMama

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Another factor is exposure to sunlight. Bleach is sold in opaque bottles because increased light will cause the liquid bleach's active ingredients to break down.

CDC - Disinfection & Sterilization Guideline:Disinfection - HICPAC

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Dec 29, 2009 ... Isopropyl alcohol is not active against the nonlipid enteroviruses but is ... The mucin-loop test is a severe test developed to produce long survival times. ... Sodium hypochlorite at the concentration used in household bleach ...

Does Bleach Kill Mold? Ratio to Water, Solution, Oxygen & Chlorine

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Chlorine Bleach Information. Bleach is probably the most well known mold killer. In fact many commercial mold killing products contain bleach. The active ...

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Shelf Life | Clorox

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Oct 26, 2010 ... If not, how long does it take for this to happen? ... The active ingredient in bleach, sodium hypochlorite, naturally breaks down into salt and ...

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How long does diluted bleach last? For the answer to this question, see the ... I don't want to change my bleach squirt bottle daily. Are there any other options?

Fact Sheet Disinfection Using Chlorine Bleach - Oregon State ...

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Laundry bleach is a solution of sodium hypochlorite, at a pH of about 11. Once dissolved ... and can provide disinfection over long exposure periods. Stability.