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ajs1jws2
ajs1jws2

Posted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 2:07pm

Post Subject: Use of diluted bleach on board

I am aware bleach should not be used in toilets. However, can you clarify what effect diluted bleach (used to clean tea stains from mugs/washing up bowls)etc will have on the sink drainage pipes. Also the effects from an environmental point of view. Many thanks.

Tony-B
Tony-B

Posted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 3:22pm

Post Subject: Use of diluted bleach on board

It may kill microbes in the sink drain and thus avoid smell and assuming normal use I very much doubt it will do any environmental damage. You should already have diluted it and once it hits the canal and a boat has gone past it will be diluted thousands of times to one. Tony Brooks

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