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Our daughter got a puppy for her birthday,
a lab that liked to play in the mud. He
stayed in our laundry room when we were
out and loved to unload the hampers to
wallow in. One day she took him out and
it was raining. Having just changed our
beds there were four sets of sheets for
him to muddy. All caked and dirty with red
mud, Clorox was the only thing that saved
the sheets. Rinsing all the sets, then a
quick soak in a Clorox bath saved them.

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  • Stacie B.
  • 04-09-2014

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i love clorox bleach

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  • erica s.
  • 04-08-2014
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Bleach clean your baby items.

Between “oohs” and “ahhs” over your new bundle of joy come plenty of “oh nos!” Good thing baby bottles, nipples, dishes and high chairs can be sanitized using Clorox® Regular-Bleach. Soak washed items for 2 minutes in a solution of 2 tsp of bleach per gallon of water. Pour solution through nipples. Drain dry.

Cut out cutting board germs.

Make a mess of raw meat all over your cutting board? Here’s how to clean that up, chop chop: To sanitize plastic cutting boards, wash or rinse with liquid dishwashing detergent and water. Then soak in a solution using 2 teaspoons of Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of water. Let stand 2 minutes, then air dry.

Undo a salad dressing oops You topped your salad—and your favorite white top—with dressing.

Here’s how to reverse that mess: To pre-soak, rinse stain with clean water. Combine 3 tbsp Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of cool water. Submerge entire garment and soak for 5 minutes. Wash immediately using detergent and ½ cup Clorox® Regular-Bleach.

Odor Removal from a Dishrag

What can I use to remove the awful smell out of dishrag?

If the dishrag is damp/wet on and off over a couple of days before you wash it, then odor causing bacteria is building up on the rag. If you only wash it with detergent, that's not enough to sanitize the rags and the ...Read More

Blood Stains on Sheets

Q:  How you do remove blood from sheets

A:  I recommend presoaking blood stains in cool water using a good detergent that contains enzymes – check the list of ingredients to know for sure.  You need to soak items for at least 30 minutes (ideally 60 minutes). This is b ...Read More

Removing Bleach Stains from Vinyl Flooring

Q:  How do I remove a bleach stain from a vinyl floor?

A:  It is always helpful to know a little more about the stain.  For example:  is it lighter than the overall color of the vinyl floor, or is it some sort of discoloration?  Do you know how it happened, and the age ...Read More

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