You might have seen a detergent advert on TV that said: “If you’re worried about detergent smell, you might want to add a little bleach.”
Well, this is just plain wrong.
Detergent smell is actually caused by a number of chemicals, including ammonia, formaldehyde and brominated flame retardants.
It’s been found that the smell of the bleach detergent is actually more likely to be caused by ammonia and formaldehyde in the bleach.
This is because the ammonia and the formaldehyde react with the natural bacteria in your body and cause the smell.
As you may have guessed, you can also make your detergent from scratch using any detergent you can find, so the key is to make sure you have the right kind of bleach and to make the bleach into a mixture that is as safe as possible.
How to make a homemade bleach detergent mixThe bleach detergal mix can be made using any liquid bleach, such as liquid bleach and bleach and vinegar.
However, if you are making the bleach at home and you want to avoid having to use bleach for any of the steps above, then you will need to find the correct bleach.
There are a number different types of bleach available, depending on the brand.
You can buy the bleach in a bottle at the pharmacy or from your local chemist.
There is also a range of household bleach that is also available at most drugstores and supermarkets.
These include water-based, sodium bromate and ammonia bleach.
You need to buy the right bleach in the right quantity for your needs.
If you want your bleach to be as safe and effective as possible, then it’s important to make it in the correct quantity.
To make a simple bleach mix, just mix 1 part bleach and 2 parts water.
The mix will last for up to 12 hours.
For a more advanced bleach recipe, you’ll need to use a high-quality bleach and then use a diluted bleach solution.
You’ll need: a bottle of bleach (or a container of liquid) to make 3 litres of bleach