There is a bleach clorox alternative. I don't know about you, but i have a love hate relationship with bleach.It has quite a few uses but every time I use it,the smell really gets to me. For my whole life since I was child,my mom would clean the house and if it did not smell like bleach,it was considered NOT CLEAN.
The house had to smell like sodium hypochlorite (bleach) and then she felt good that the house was clean and bacteria free.
Well now in my adult life and after some research I have discovered that bleach is not the best thing to sterilize a surface, and as a matter of fact from Clorox own website they tell you
So when you mix a bottle of sodium per carbonate,hydrogen peroxide) it will last for weeks WITH NO HARSH SMELL and will sterilize and kill.
It comes in powder form and a half teaspoon in 32 ounces of water will disinfect anything. See videos below.
The Numbers say it all
The Economics Are Unbeatable
Now what are the cost
Lets do the math.
A bag cost 75.00. There are 250 teaspoon in a 5 pound bag.
Make note if you buy by the case, it is 60$ a bag so even cheaper!!!
The worst scenarios like super greasy dumpster areas,will take four teaspoons(See results in video below). That is 30 cents per teaspoon or 1.20 a gallon, FOR SOMETHING THAT WORKS SAFELY.
Now the other video shows a cutting board being cleaned and sanitized.
It takes one half of a teaspoon per 32 oz to accomplish this.
That comes to 15 cents a quart.
You can also wash your clothes with it.It like oxi clean on steroids.Virtually clean any surface without that chlorine smell.