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Re: bleach ????

	I just checked and my generic brand of bleach is just 3% sodium hypo-
	chlorite and 97% inert ingredients......we may have differing con-
	centrations for our gardening work. (Dave S. is the in-house reliable
	source of these chemical "things" - not me for sure!) This is just
	what I have been using....

	Ellen  e_galla@moose.ncia.net

On Tue, 21 May 1996 DavidS1812@aol.com wrote:

> Sorry to make corrections but the standard concentration of household bleach
> is 5.25%. This I know from personal experience having spent my teen-age years
> helping my father manufacture and sell a household bleach for-to-door.  The
> 10% concentration being referred to is the standard dilution ( i.e. 1 part
> bleach to 9 parts water). The final concentration of sodium hypochlorite then
> becomes 0.525%.
> Dave Silverberg, Pharmacist, Molalla Oregon.

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