We have already written about how to prepare homemade bleach, but this time we offer you a bunch of solutions and ideas on where and how to use bleach. Did you know that it is extremely effective in the garden, when transplanting and elsewhere?
Many people are deterred from buying bleach by the unpleasant smell, although others simply like the smell. The smells are different, but it is definitely right to handle bleaches, both industrial and home-made, carefully and economically. Bleach is usually made on the basis of chlorine compounds, with which it is possible to clean various surfaces without the need for intensive scrubbing. They are also suitable for disinfection, but they will certainly ensure that white laundry remains truly white for some time to come. Although we have already entrusted you with the advice for preparing homemade bleach some time ago, there is nothing wrong with repeating it again, as it is quite convenient.
To prepare, you need 180 milliliters of three percent hydrogen peroxide, 60 milliliters of lemon juice, two tablespoons of citric acid, 20 drops of lemon essential oil, distilled water and a liter glass. Procedure: first pour hydrogen peroxide into the glass, then add lemon juice and citric acid. Mix the ingredients carefully to dissolve the citric acid. Then pour distilled water to the top of the glass and add essential oil. Mix carefully again.
Over cobblestone stains
Bleach will be an excellent solution for stubborn stains that have accumulated on domestic paving stones. These are usually oil stains, dirt and other dirt, and among the latter, weeds also appear quite quickly. Spray some bleach on the stain, let it sit for at least five minutes, then rinse with a pressure washer. Repeat the process if necessary.
Transplantation of plants
The use of bleach is still important in gardening if you want to keep your plants healthy. Why? With bleach, you will simply and effectively clean pots and flowerbeds, and protect plants from diseases. Cleaning containers with bleach helps prevent the transfer of mold and other plant diseases from old to new plants. First clean and wash the pots and sinks well, then spray them with bleach, let it work for a few minutes and rinse well with water.
Remember that mold’s worst enemy is regular ventilation, and bleach is what will clean gray stains and prevent dangerous growth.
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