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Disaster Preparation and Cleanup

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  • Disaster Preparedness and Purifying Water

    Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, the East Coast is really taking a beating from the weather, making this an important time to review how to use Clorox® Regular Bleach2 (and New Concentrated Clorox® Regular Bleach2) for emergency disinfection of drinking w...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    10/31/12 28367
  • Directions for Disinfection of Water

    Some things to remember when using bleach for disinfection

    Advice from our experts
    12/11/16 88271
  • Removing Mold and Odor from Flooding

    I have an area that was flooded months ago and didn’t get cleaned up. I am planning on spraying all surfaces with a bug sprayer containing 50% bleach and 50% water. This area will be remodeled so the main problem is eliminating the mold and odo...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    01/07/10 2791
  • Tips to Help Prevent Mosquitoes Around Your Home

    Some simple steps to prevent mosquito breeding areas.

    Advice from our experts
    04/21/16 119699
  • Prevention of Waterborne Illnesses

    Use these practical tips

    Advice from our experts
    12/12/16 5969
  • Hurricane Irene: Water Damaged Clothes & Disaster Preparedness

    I need some help with clothes flooded in Hurricane Irene, in particular items that cannot go in hot water (delicate fabrics).  How do I handle them?  There is not a lot of mud, but water came reached them and wicked into the fabric. Watching the im...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    09/02/11 182