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  • When adding the main dishes such as the plates, bowls, cups and silver wear that you want too add them to the sink and add enough bleach and dish soap.Add hot water.Let them soak till you are ready too do them.About an hour in a half.That's what I do any ways.
  • To a bucket add enough bleach and a squaret of dish soap and add enough water.Than start mopping.
  • When cleaning the tub, toilet and sink.Use the bleach to clean.That way that there won't be any germs during the winter months.

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  • midwestguy 12 years ago
    I dont use bleach or any chemicals to clean. i will only use products that are NOT animal tested .. just a personal preference. but i respect your post!!
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    snowcat17 ate it and said...
    HIGH FIVE FORKS!!! I have MCS multiple Chemical Sensetivities.. But I still like this post:)
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  • clandestine 13 years ago
    no u try 2 help but this not recipe. belong different site.
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    grumpymomma ate it and said...
    I hope that the ratings gose up for you.
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  • sparow64 13 years ago
    You can also buy dish detergent and other household cleaners with bleach added, which also saves your from worrying with adding the bleach and the possible dangers from mixing chemicals.
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  • sparow64 13 years ago
    How much is enough? If you use bleach on your dishes, you should only use a capful to a full sink of hot water and dish detergent, the bleach will sanitize but not clean the dishes. Stack the dishes in order of cleanliness, wash all the glass items and "cleaner" dishes first. IF you use bleach wear rubber gloves, rinse them very very very well, and allow them to air dry. Air drying will allow the properties in the bleach to kill bacteria. The only time this is really necessary is if some one in the home is very ill with a communicable disease. Straight bleach is what our grandmothers had to use, it was the only option.

    In this day and age with so many anti-bacterial products on the market, it's really not necessary at all to expose yourself to the fumes and other disadvantages of using straight bleach. Disinfecting and anti-bacterial products are very affordable, and available in everything from handsoap to bathroom cleaner. Bleach has nothing in it that will cut soap scum, so be prepared to clean the bathroom twice, mop the floor twice, etc. Dow Scrubbing Bubbles is a wonderful product that will not only disinfect but also cut through the worst soap scum. It's very affordable, and most stores have their own brand that's even more affordable. You can also spray it on the kitchen and bathroom floor and mop with a damp mop. Disinfects, kills germs, cleans great, no rinsing, and no odor! (as long as the floors are not wood! Ceramic tile floors should be mopped with appropriate cleansers, never bleach)

    I have NOT rated this post. Just sharing knowledge, which was after all, the intention of the post.
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    victoriaregina ate it and said...
    i am allergic or sensitive to the fumes but a few drops won't hurt and will help a lot.
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    cookingandbakingqueen ate it and said...
    Using bleach tends to kill the germs.Knowing that there are alot of people sick and with the flu. Thank you for this tip.
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  • upstatevoyager 13 years ago
    WHile I think this is helpful (and I am not low-balling you), some things to remember. Keep any bleach or cleaning solutions away from children. A diluted bleach solution should be mixed for each cleaning. If stored in a clear bottle, light destroys any disinfecting properties. And be VERY careful using bleach around folks with respiratory problems (such as asthama). I've seen way too many patients come into the ER unable to breath because of bleach vapors. Just thought I would put in my "two cents".
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    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    yep kills those germs and keeps down sickness likr flue
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    victoriaregina ate it and said...
    i just do not understand what you are talking about. Sorry maybe you can explain to me.
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    kingofallassholes ate it and said...
    It helps every time.
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  • sandygalesmith 13 years ago
    I know that this is a site to share recipes.But you know what?I've seen other people post non recipes as well.Why aren't you picking on them?I'm no better than you.As long as you can't say nothing nice than go away and leave me alone.I'm not bothering you now am I?Truefully to be honest with you.I got friends here that I try to help out.The things that I post here.I tend to try to help those people.As long you can't handle it than DON'T bother coming here to my page.
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