The Do’s and Don’ts of Using Bleach
As the saying goes, cleanliness is clarity, and maintaining a clean home can be a foundation to a healthy life.
Taking out the trash, doing laundry, wiping down the kitchen, and disinfecting the bathroom may require the use of harsh, sterilizing chemicals such as bleach.
Bleach can be beneficial when it comes to cleaning but there are many do’s and don'ts that many people may overlook.
Besides keeping our home clean, it's important to use precaution so we can stay happy and healthy. Using bleach incorrectly can lead to the inhalation of toxic fumes, damage to our eyes and skin, or dangerous chemical reactions. Health and safety go hand in hand, and we’re here to help.
Remember, keeping your home clean and organized is a practice, not a project.
Mixing different products can produce reactions that can lead to eye and skin damage as well as the inhalation of toxic fumes.
Opening window when using bleach to allow air circulation.
Always use water to create a diluted solution before cleaning.
when using bleach for prolonged periods of time make sure to protect your eyes and skin with gloves and goggles.
Always store bleach in a cool dry space in its original container away from children and pets.
rinse and wipe down surfaces with soap and water before using bleach to pick up any dirt or residue.