Now you can keep a manageable amount of bleach on hand for cleaning in places like the kitchen, the bathrooms, back porch sink area, and anywhere else where you'd want to use it to disinfect. This is a lot easier than lugging a gallon jug of Clorox all over the house!
By cookie2 from Oakland, CA
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I like this idea. I use small plastic bottles from juice or water to hold one load of liquid detergent. That way I don't have to haul the heavy jug with me when I go out to our apartment's laundry room.
Of course you put a label on it in big bold letters with a permanent marker. I certainly always do. Although it seems fairly obvious to me, perhaps it wouldn't be to others. I should have mentioned it. Thanks for pointing it out!
Not a good idea here! Never, ever, ever put a pesticide (Yes, bleach is a pesticide) into any other container that does not have the label on it! All too easy to grab what you thought was dish soap and get the bleach instead, and then get bleach in/on whatever you intended to put soap on. Please don't do this!
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