Question: Why did Clorox Healthcare re-test its Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes and Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaners using updated EPA recommended standards? How will the bleach germicidal disinfectants enhancements positively impact patient safety?
The 2014 EPA guideline is currently only required for new reg¬istrations, but Clorox Healthcare voluntarily tested two of its leading ready-to-use bleach disinfectants, Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes and Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaners, using the new guidelines, including the three-part organic soil load, because they present a more challenging, but realistic, scenario for disinfecting efficacy. In other words, Clorox Healthcare believed it was the right thing to do. In practice, the pre-cleaning step is still required, but any product that has passed this test offers users an extra level of assurance that the product will not fail if soil is present.
Fiona Murray is right when she states that Clorox Liquid Bleach breaks down to saltwater — which is back what it begins with. Also, It’s viruses that really make kids ill. Bleach is one of the reasons why so many lives have been spared over the years due to it’s viral killing properties — it has saved thousands of lives. If you don’t believe me, go ask the Red Cross to prove it to you. So before you jump off the deep end, and get everybody stirred up with a bunch of ignorant inaccuracies — get your facts straight Jaime — and quick spreading lies about the “myths” around Bleach.
The ad campaign sets out to help consumers overcome the widespread belief that bleach-based cleaners aren’t for everyday use. Dunn’s knack for deadpan humor acts like a diversion against all of the gimmicks in the cleaning aisle, positioning Clorox Bleach as the original badass cleaner.
What is the difference between Clorox and Bleach?
• Bleach is the chemical used as whitener and disinfectant while Clorox is a company making several products, including bleach
• Bleach made by Clorox is so popular that bleaches made by other companies are considered inferior, though, there is basically very little difference between the two.