Bleach is the most popular water-based cleaning method on the market today, and it’s so easy to do that we’re all using it to our advantage.
So, what’s the difference between bleach and regular water?
Well, bleach is a water-soluble disinfectant.
That means it kills bacteria that live on your hair, and you can use it on the scalp as well as the back of your head.
That’s why bleach has become the standard cleaning method for washing hair, body, and feet.
Here are some of the most common ways to use bleach in your home.
Cleaning the shower and tub If you don’t have an airtight, stainless steel shower or tub, you can always spray bleach on your clothes and towels before you rinse them.
That will help keep your clothes fresh and dry, and the spray can be reused.
Wash your hands often with a wet cloth or towel and rinse them well, before wiping them with a damp cloth or a paper towel.
You can also use bleach on towels or clothing.
But if you’re using the bleach to wash clothes, you need to be careful to follow the directions carefully.
Wash the clothes in the sink or on the floor of the washing machine.
If you use the shower, make sure that you rinse the bleach off of the shower curtain or sink.
It may be best to wait until the bleach is gone before you spray bleach onto your clothes.
Do not use bleach to clean the sink.
You need to rinse the water off the soap before spraying it on your clothing.
Do you wash clothes in a dryer?
If so, then bleach is most effective on your dryer.
In fact, some people have found that using a dryers “air conditioner” can actually make your bleach more effective.
That said, if you have an electric dryer that doesn’t have a built-in air conditioner, then the spray may work even better for you.
Clean the dishes, tub, and sinks Cleaning dishes, bathtubs, and sink surfaces with bleach is also an excellent way to kill germs that may be hiding in your shower or shower curtain.
Spray a small amount of bleach on a towel or cloth to help kill germinators.
The amount of product that you use depends on how much bleach you use.
Use less than 1 part per million bleach.
You may find that less than one part per billion is enough.
Spray bleach on the back, along with the towel or towel you used to clean your clothes, to help remove germs.
You don’t need to use more than 1 parts per million, but if you do, make the most of it by using more than 10% of the amount you spray on your cloth.
Clean any clothing and accessories that may have germs (like shoes and jewelry) and then wash them in warm water and soap.
Spray water on a damp towel to help clean and disinfect clothing and other household objects.
Do these steps only once per day or every other day?
If you’re not using bleach to treat your clothes or accessories, then you can spray bleach everywhere.
But, be careful.
Spray too much bleach on one area, and your clothes will likely dry out.
Do one of these steps daily and then wait until your clothes dry.
If your clothes are still stained, you may want to dry them in a warm spot or a dry air bag to help prevent the stain from spreading.
Clean carpets, mattresses, and floors After cleaning your bathroom, your carpets and floors may have stains that may need to come off, so you’ll need to wash them with bleach before you can dry them.
Wash them in hot water with bleach.
Dry them in the same way as your laundry, and then hang them in an air tight bag to prevent germs from spreading them.
Spray them on a dry towel to kill any germinator.
Do them twice a day or once a week.
The less you spray them on the carpet, the better.
When you dry your carpet, you should use a soft cloth to rub against it.
If the carpet has a stain that’s not completely gone, you’ll want to wash it with a warm washcloth.
Wash furniture that may come in contact with bleach to kill the germinative bacteria.
Spray the bleach on hard surfaces like the wooden flooring, or on any hard surface that comes in contact or gets in contact to bleach.
Spray on a wet towel to wipe off the bleach residue.
Do it one or two times a day.
If any of the stains are still visible, you will want to clean them with hot water.
Do a thorough washing cycle, including washing with warm water, soap, and bleach.
Then dry them with warm soapy water, dry cloth, or a wet washcloth on a slightly damp towel.
Clean clothes that may stain with bleach After cleaning, you want to wipe any stains off with a clean towel, but make sure not to leave any residue on the clothes. If a stain