Ecover - Ecover Laundry Non Chlorine Bleach 64 oz (6 Pack)

Ecover Liquid Non-Chlorine Bleach - 64 oz

Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Bleach, Free & Clear, 64 oz

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  • TAG : Non-Chlorine Bleach: OXO Brite (2lb) | Planet Natural
  • Therefore, I will share with you that as a Mom, I try to keep my house both clean and safe for my kids and for future generations. As such, when I can use something else to clean or remove stains beside chlorine bleach I try to do that. But, on the other hand, I have not completely given up its use in my home.

    Chlorine is chlorine, so the chlorine in bleach is the same as the chlorine in drinking water and in a swimming pool. In fact, you can use chlorine bleach to treat a swimming pool or to treat drinking water. A gallon of bleach provides 1 part per million (PPM) of chlorine to 60,000 gallons (about 250,000 liters) of water. Typically, a pool is treated at a rate of 3 PPM, and drinking water is treated at anywhere from 0.2 PPM to 3 PPM depending on the level of contamination and the contact time.

  • Non Chlorine Bleach designed for standard and HE machines
    Removes stains and whitens without chlorine
    Non Chlorine Bleach that's safe for colors
    VOC-free clothes stain removal

    That is because chlorine bleach is still one of the most effective and cheapest ways to remove stains there is, and it sometimes is one of the only things that will work for your stains and disinfecting needs.

    Chlorine is a highly reactive gas. It is a naturally occurring element. The largest users of chlorine are companies that make ethylene dichloride and other chlorinated solvents, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resins, chlorofluorocarbons, and propylene oxide. Paper companies use chlorine to bleach paper. Water and wastewater treatment plants use chlorine to reduce water levels of microrganisms that can spread disease to humans (disinfection).

    Exposure to chlorine can occur in the workplace or in the environment following releases to air, water, or land. People who use laundry bleach and swimming pool chemicals containing chlorine products are usually not exposed to chlorine itself. Chlorine is generally found only in industrial settings.

    Chlorine enters the body breathed in with contaminated air or when consumed with contaminated food or water. It does not remain in the body, due to its reactivity.

    Effects of chlorine on human health depend on how the amount of chlorine that is present, and the length and frequency of exposure. Effects also depend on the health of a person or condition of the environment when exposure occurs.

    Breathing small amounts of chlorine for short periods of time adversely affects the human respiratory system. Effects differ from coughing and chest pain, to water retention in the lungs. Chlorine irritates the skin, the eyes, and the respiratory system. These effects are not likely to occur at levels of chlorine that are normally found in the environment.

    Human health effects associated with breathing or otherwise consuming small amounts of chlorine over long periods of time are not known. Some studies show that workers develop adverse effects from repeat inhalation exposure to chlorine, but others will not.

  • Clorox bleach.
    Shouldn't that be Chlorox, if it's chlorine bleach? Anyway, this is common sodium hypochlorite household bleach, an example of one of the most common applications of chlorine, as a disinfectant and oxidative cleaner.
    Source: Walmart
    Contributor: Theodore Gray
    Acquired: 28 February, 2009
    Text Updated: 1 March, 2009
    Price: $6
    Size: 10"
    Purity: 3%

    To Pre-Treat Stains: Soak stained clothing for 30 minutes, using 1 oz. Chlorine Free Bleach per 2 gallons of water. Use pre-soak setting on washing machine if possible.

Clorox Green Works Non-Chlorine Bleach, 60oz. | JaniSource

If the seam fabric looks the same and there was no color that came off onto the paper towel you can feel more confident that the fabric is colorfast and can be safely washed in chlorine bleach.