I don’t know about you, but for me, few things are more rewarding than finishing the spring cleaning. As tough as it can be, it’s just SO nice when it’s finished. Everything looks and smells so nice (too bad it doesn’t last longer, huh?). I usually end up buying a few different cleaners when I start my spring cleaning. But plain old bleach is pretty versatile, and best of all, it kills all those winter germs! Let’s take a look some tips for using bleach for your spring cleaning.
1. No Mixing
Never mix bleach with any other household chemical or even just plain vinegar. This can not only lessen the effectiveness of bleach for cleaning and disinfecting, but it will likely cause toxic fumes or adverse chemical reactions. Only dilute bleach with water, but don’t use hot water, as the steam can release more chlorine gas into the air.