GNU Webster's 1913
- n. trademark a commercial bleaching agent, consisting of a 5.25% aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). Other similar solutions of sodium hypochlorite are sometimes referred to as
- n. a commercial bleaching agent
“Drinking bottled water and washing your produce in clorox is not for everyone, but I don't mind it.”
“Reaaallly dingy ... if this is typical of most middle eastern delicates maybe we could get some kind of clorox for oil trade-deal going.”
“I think clorox actually has directions for this on their bottle.”
“I resigned myself to taking all of the teacher's wants/needs at the beginning of the year and purchasing them when we had the $$ available (clorox wipes, etc).”
“Too little space to tell you all the story of my late mother pouring a bucket of boiling clorox and grease water on the heads of the company goons who came to the house to 're-educate' by father, who was a United Steelworkers organizer at Republic Steel.”
“FCM infused gunky banged frozen ear waxed chapped lipped scatologist wif a spare clorox wiep?”
“And so, interrupted in my revery but not a really good laudanum-induced revery, alas... more a clorox bathroom cleaner induced revery to go talk to my student. posted by Bardiac at 9:46 AM”
“As much as I would like to keep my kiddos quarantined, it rarely happens, so lysol spray and clorox wipes become my best friend.”
“If you're going to get the ingredients mixed up, I hope you store non-food items (drano, clorox, decon, etc.)”
“As stated above, I do use clorox in the water, and algae is not a problem.”
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