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46 Wacky Uses for
Clorox® Bleach

    CORONAVIRUS ALERT: In a press briefing on coronavirus on April 24, , Donald Trump questioned whether disinfectant could be injected into the human body or ingested in some way to destroy the virus in the lungs. His remarks led poison control centers and manufacturers of cleaning products to reiterate that disinfectants and cleaners should not be ingested, inhaled, or injected. In June, the var today = new Date() var year = today.getFullYear() document.write(year) /06/05/cdc-misusing-bleach-try-kill-coronavirus/" target="_blank"> Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported that some Americans are trying to kill the novel coronavirus, by unsafely using disinfectants and cleaners, including washing food with bleach, using the products on bare skin, and inhaling and ingesting them. The Clorox Company issued the following statement: "Bleach and other disinfectants are not suitable for consumption or injection under any circumstances. People should always read the label for proper usage instructions."

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  1. Cure athlete’s foot. Mix one-half cup Clorox Bleach in a gallon of water, and soak your feet in the solution for fifteen minutes twice a day until the affliction disappears. Chlorine bleach is an antiseptic that kills athlete’s foot fungus.
  2. Purify a humidifier. Add two drops of Clorox Bleach per gallon of water when refilling your humidifier to prevent bacteria from growing in the water.
  3. Extend the life of freshly cut flowers. Add one-quarter teaspoon (twenty drops) of Clorox bleach to each quart of water used in your vase.
  4. Sterilize and clean stains from dentures. Mix one teaspoon of Clorox Bleach in a glass of cold water, and soak the dentures for ten minutes. Then rinse the dentures well and brush as usual. The bleach whitens the false teeth and makes the dentures sparkling clean, removing coffee stains.
  5. Deodorize coolers and thermos bottles. Wash with diluted Clorox bleach, then rinse.
  6. Remove mold and mildew from outdoor siding, tile, brick, stucco, and patios. Clean with a mixture of three-quarters cup Clorox bleach per gallon of water.
  7. Remove coffee or tea stains from china cups. Soak clean china cups for five to ten minutes in a solution of one tablespoon Clorox bleach per gallon of water.
  8. Disinfect garbage cans. Wash the garbage cans with a solution made from three-quarters cup Clorox bleach to one gallon water. Let stand for five minutes, then rinse clean.
  9. Bail a boat. Cap an empty, clean Clorox bleach bottle, cut diagonally across the bottom, and scoop out the water.
  10. Clean solid white patio furniture cushions. Mix three-quarters cup Clorox Bleach and one gallon of water, scrub the cushions with the solution, and rinse clean with the garden hose. Let air dry.
  11. Clean the inside of a washing machine. If your whites are coming out gray, clean the washing machine by filling it with hot water and adding one quart Clorox Bleach. Run the machine through the longest cycle, and immediately upon completion of that cycle, repeat with one quart Heinz White Vinegar (instead of the bleach).
  12. Sanitize the inside of a washing machine. Run one cup Clorox Bleach through the regular cycle without any clothes in the machine.

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