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Powdered household bleach?

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RustyNail Wed 12-Jun-19 10:55:05

Is it possible to buy bleach in powder form that I can then dissolve in water to use around the house with a reusable bottle? I appreciate that bleach itself isn't green but I'm mainly looking to get rid as much of the single use plastic we use at the moment. However, if anyone can recommend an alternative product then that would be great.

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Babysharkdododont Wed 12-Jun-19 10:57:01

You can buy bleach tablets at most supermarkets, a quick Google will point you in the right direction

RustyNail Wed 12-Jun-19 11:58:10

Thanks. I didn't know they exist. The thing is they all come in plastic bottles, so whilst they are smaller and I would use less plastic overall it doesn't eliminate it completely. I was hoping that they might sell them in cardboard boxes.

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Babysharkdododont Wed 12-Jun-19 12:51:02

I'd be surprised if you could get cardboard packaging, bleach is a corrosive substance so needs to be packaged in a way that won't break down if it gets wet etc, as cardboard would.

PlainPiglet Wed 12-Jun-19 20:43:39

Mangle and Wringer sell it in paper bags:

DoodleLab Wed 12-Jun-19 20:47:07

Sodium percarbonate

mslicketysplit Thu 13-Jun-19 12:44:53

bio D and Recover both do powdered chlorine free laundry bleach which can also be used for cleaning.

mslicketysplit Thu 13-Jun-19 12:45:34

Ecover not Recover 🙄

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