Precautions while using Bleaching
Precautions while using Bleaching
1. What is Bleach
Bleach simply refers to a product that lightens the color of things through the action of oxidation. However, most people when they refer to cleaning with bleach are thinking of household strength chlorine bleach, a solution of sodium hypochlorite manufactured from chlorine.
2. How is bleach used
In a clean plastic container, prepare a solution by diluting one cup of bleach into 9 cups of clean water. Be careful not to splash any solution on your clothes, or carpeting. Rinse a cloth or sponge in the solution and wring tightly. Wipe surfaces with a damp cloth or sponge, not a wet one. Make fresh solution when it becomes dirty. Never add more bleach to a dirty solution.
3. Why is bleach used
Bleach is an inexpensive, but very effective disinfectant sanitizer. It is especially useful in killing mildew on washable, colorfast surfaces.
4. Selection of bleach
The very first and one of the most important step while bleaching is the selection of the bleach. There are two types of bleaches available in the market.
5. Powdered bleach
While using powdered bleach you have to add bleaching powder, liquid hydrogen peroxide and ammonia. As the effect of powdered bleach is very high one should use powdered bleach only for bleaching dark spots and freckles.

  • Test your English Language
  • Bill Gates
  • Most Beautiful Red Flowers
  • Most Powerful Cities On Earth
  • Accessories for Girls
  • Phenomena worth travelling
  • Precautions while using Refrigerators
  • Worlds Most Bizarre People
  • Weird and wild cutting edge Security Threats
  • Never seen Water Like This
  • Mahatma Gandhi
  • Play Long Jump Games
  • How to Look Younger