As cleaners Hammersmith suggest, bleaches are good in removing or whitening spots and stains from different types of surfaces or fabrics. Also they are good in oxidizing. However, when using bleaches on colourful surfaces, be extra careful because it removes the colours, too, and they may fade which brings to discolouration. To avoid this from happening, rinse bleaches thoroughly.
There are three main types of bleaches that are used for cleaning in the house. They are mild bleaches, strong bleaches and wood bleaches. The first group consists of two ingredients – sodium perborate and hydrogen peroxide. When used this cleaning solution helps in lightening stains from different surfaces. If you deal with mild bleaches for the first time, read carefully the labels and their directions.
The second group – the strong bleaches – is based mainly on chlorine bleach. It is good in removing stains, disinfecting toilet bowls, trash cans and other surfaces. What you should pay attention here is that these bleaches may fade dark coloured surfaces. They can be used together with some detergents, but should be never mixed with ammonia. When they are used for removing stains, they should be rinsed immediately after the prescribed time.
The third group, given from cleaners Hammersmith – wood bleaches are very good in removing stains from wood surfaces. But they are very dangerous for work, that’s why always wear gloves, mask and eye protection when working with them.