Is Domestos hazardous?

Is Domestos hazardous?

Flammable/combustible material. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS When heated, toxic and corrosive vapours/gases may be formed. INHALATION May cause irritation to the respiratory system. INGESTION May cause discomfort if swallowed.

What is the pH of thick bleach?

pH pH (concentrated solution): >11 Relative density 1.070 typically @ 20°C Solubility(ies) Soluble in water. Explosive under the influence of a flame Not considered to be explosive.

What happens when you inhale Domestos?

Breathing high amounts of chlorine gas can lead to a build-up of fluid in the lungs and severe shortness of breath that could lead to death if untreated. Immediately or within a few hours after breathing chlorine gas, the lungs can become irritated, causing coughing and/or shortness of breath.

How do you get rid of Domestos?

Dispose of via a licensed waste disposal contractor. Contaminated absorbent material may pose the same hazard as the spilled product.

What’s the difference between bleach and Domestos?

What about Sustainability? Bleach almost entirely disintegrates into salt and water. Domestos bleach is a thick, easy-to-use product that kills all known germs dead – even in the nastiest of places. Using Domestos to clean is simple and it gives complete reassurance that the threat has been dealt with.

Can I bleach clothes with Domestos?

USE DILUTE – BLEACHING: To bleach whites: 20ml of Domestos per 5 litres of water, for overnight soaking. Rinse after use. Always wipe up spillages and rinse thoroughly with clean water. Wash hands after use.

Can you use Domestos to wash dishes?

Washing your dishes with a dirty sponge is counter-productive. Soak your sponge in diluted Domestos for 5-10 minutes to get rid of bacteria. Try not to get too attached to the sponges either, replace them every 4-10 weeks depending on use.

What is thick bleach made of?

Ingredients: <5% Anionic Surfactants, Non-Ionic Surfactant. Also contains: Disinfectant, sodium Hypochlorite 4.6g per 100g, Perfume, Limonene.