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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.

Banish a baby blowout.

That new white onesie became an “oopsie!” fast when your baby had a blowout that escaped the diaper. Here’s how to one-up that onesie stain: Rinse stain with clean water. Then, 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.

Disinfect dirty toys with Clorox® Regular Bleach.

Play nice with your little one’s toys by keeping them squeaky clean: Disinfect washable colorfast plastic toys with a solution of ½ cup Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of water. Soak for 5 minutes, rinse and air dry.

Dispelling Bleach Myths for Cloth Diapers

Q: When washing cloth diapers, I use a very small amount of bleach to sanitize along with hot water (I own a diaper service). As long as people do what I ask them to do with the diapers, I have no problem removing stains with my organic detergent a ...Read More

Removing Red Dirt and Juice Stains

Q: I am embarking on a baseball season with two boys wearing white pants and white undershirts. What are the best ways to remove red dirt and possible juice stains?

A: The undershirts are most likely white cotton, th ...Read More

Using Clorox2® in the Bleach Dispenser

Q: My wife put Clorox2® Stain Fighter & Color Booster in the bleach dispenser.  Will that hurt my washer?  If so, what can I do to fix the problem?

A: No, Clorox2® will not damage your washer if added in the bleach dispenser.  Your wife, however, should not do this ...Read More