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Clorox Concentrated Regular Bleach, 3 Count

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Clorox® Regular Bleach 1 Revision Date New

Shermin Williams mixed a pretty grey for me but when I apply the pink just overpowers it completely. This has led me to debate whether or not I should bleach the floors first, then apply the stain? Has anyone had any luck with this process? In my head I feel like if I can bleach them down first then the grey will look more uniformed on the floor. If so, just regular wood bleach? Then let dry and add stain?

The new formulated bleach comes in a smaller, easier-to-pour bottle. Because there's a smaller amount of water in the formula and less packaging, the concentrated bleach is also a plus for the environment. However, don't be wary of the redesign, you'll still get great whitening power and number of uses as from the traditional 96-ounce bottle of Clorox Regular Bleach. Keep in mind that you'll now add 1/2 cup of Clorox Concentrated Regular-Bleach to a standard washer and to the max line of an HE washer instead of 3/4 cup. For all other disinfecting uses, check the label for the appropriate amounts of bleach.

Cloralen 121 fl. oz. Regular Bleach-1765 - The Home Depot

Task

Regular Strength Bleach in 1 Gallon of Water

High Strength Bleach in 1 Gallon of Water

Cleanup/disinfection following vomiting or diarrhea on a porous surface (e.g., wood)

1 2/3 cup

1 cup

Wall and floor disinfection following flooding

¾ cup

½ cup

Laundry disinfection and whitening (for a full load of laundry in a washing machine)

½ cup

1/3 cup

Disinfecting nonporous surfaces (e.g., vinyl, ceramic tile, porcelain) against norovirus (“the stomach bug”)

1/3 cup

¼ cup

Disinfecting the diaper changing area; disinfecting hard surfaces against flu transmission

¼ cup

2 ½ tablespoons

Disinfecting kitchen cloths

3 tablespoons

2 tablespoons

Routine disinfection of food-contact surfaces

1 tablespoon

2 teaspoons

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The new formulated bleach comes in a smaller, easier-to-pour bottle. Because there's a smaller amount of water in the formula and less packaging, the concentrated bleach is also a plus for the environment. However, don't be wary of the redesign, you'll still get great whitening power and number of uses as from the traditional 96-ounce bottle of Clorox Regular Bleach. Keep in mind that you'll now add 1/2 cup of Clorox Concentrated Regular-Bleach to a standard washer and to the max line of an HE washer instead of 3/4 cup. For all other disinfecting uses, check the label for the appropriate amounts of bleach.

While there are a small amount of colored fabrics that can be safely washed in regular bleach, many colored fabrics can be washed with color-safe bleach. In a study conducted by Clorox on its own color-safe bleach, Clorox2, more than 600 colored fabrics were washed with color-safe bleach, and just over 98 percent of them didn't lose their color. All the colored fabrics were labeled with the warning, “Do not bleach.”