liquid bleach

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Noun1.liquid bleach - a solution containing bleaching agents; used for laundry
solution - a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances; frequently (but not necessarily) a liquid solution; "he used a solution of peroxide and water"
blanching agent, bleaching agent, whitener, bleach - an agent that makes things white or colorless
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With over 20 years of experience at agencies such as The Vidal Partnership, Team Enterprises and DVC Worldwide, de los Santos is expert in US Hispanic marketing, working with brands such as Tecate, Dos Equis, Direct TV, The Home Depot, JC Penney, Heineken, Trident, Johnnie Walker, Kingsford Charcoal, Hidden Valley Ranch Salad Dressing, Glad and Clorox Liquid Bleach, among others.
Soon after 9/11, Washington's wastewater treatment plant converted from chlorine gas to safer liquid bleach.
The hydro-injection system produces a solution of hypochlorous acid that is up to 120 times more effective than liquid bleach.
An inexpensive alternative to the bleach pen is a cotton swab and a small container of liquid bleach, although this is not recommended for those who cannot handle it safely.
Clorox's advertising and communications is handled by DDB in the Middle East, which has been in the region for more than 50 years, has enjoyed continual success with its flagship Liquid Bleach - overall bleach household penetration is at 92% in the GCC.
Liquid bleach is much safer than chlorine gas, being 6 percent stronger than household bleach and easy to contain if spilled.
50 per customer per year, plants can convert to safer means to treat water such as liquid bleach or ultraviolet light.
They noted that in the Los Angeles area, the county's Joint Water Pollution Control Plant in Carson was converted to liquid bleach in 2004.
Jurors saw a snap of the oven hob which had allegedly become heavily corroded because the gang spent hours boiling liquid bleach to make it stronger.
Also known as sodium hypochlorite and sodium hydroxide, this common disinfectant, found in liquid bleach, drain cleaners and oven cleaners (combined with caustic lye), can burn skin and eyes and be fatal if swallowed.
A respected businessman left his estranged wife's new partner in agony after dousing him with liquid bleach in a fit of rage.
Using conventional liquid bleach does not have the same effect, as the N-halamine chlorine does not interact with masses of microbes that are attached to the metal surfaces of sumps and tool systems.