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My Clorox Clean Moment Poem!!! One loving mother with pride watching the kids
play outside. The rain ☂ suddenly came down! No cover or shelter to be found.
All kids began shouting with glee ♪♫♪ ! Yippee, as they danced carefree! Yucky
mud found socks, pants and shirts. Oh my, kids were covered in mud and dirt (•‿•)
...Come ☼ sunshine tomorrow, I'm confident... Clorox ❤ clean clothes will be
- kathy n.
PICKED BY THE FANS
dog food on the floor!Read more.
- Anne B.
Tips & Tricks
- Dr. Laundry's
Make an ink stain go poof.You put it in ink—literally. Here’s how to get ink and marker stains out of your favorite white shirt: Add ½ cup of Clorox® Regular-Bleach to a standard size washer following detergent. If dispenser is available, fill to the maximum level. Add laundry.
Make messy mud splashes disappear.Rain + white pants = a muddy formula for a fashion faux pas. Here’s how to remove a mud stain from your whites: Presoak in warm water with regular detergent for at least one hour. Then wash as usual with detergent and ½ cup clean-smelling Clorox® Scented Bleach. Repeat as needed until stain is gone.
Stamp out patio mildew.Your new place is in ship shape for guests, but don’t neglect the patio! Here’s how to clear the deck: Wash patio furniture, sidewalks and decks with Clorox® Outdoor Bleach. Then, remove mildew stains with a solution of ½ cup Clorox® Regular-Bleach to 1 gallon water. Reapply as needed to keep the area wet for 5 minutes. Brush to remove moss and then rinse (don’t use on painted wood).
Debunking Bleach Myths
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Dr. Laundry debunks some common myths about bleach.
Removing mildew from textiles
How do I remove mildew from clothes?
Mildewed textiles need to be treated right away to help keep the problem from getting worse. You didn't say what color your clothing is or if any of the items are bleachable. If you are not sure, you can do a qui ...Read More
Sanitizing Diaper Pads
Q: I have a question regarding the cleaning and sanitizing of diaper pads in a child care facility. I have always been taught to clean with soap and water and then use bleach to sanitize. Can Clorox® Clean-Up® be used for the washing procedure?...Read More
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