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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-06-2016, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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i used clorox all purpose cleaner with bleach
earlier to clean out my bloody cooler for storage.
i don't know why it never dawned on me to use
that to clean one out that has had bloody meat or
fish in it. i've always used dish washing liquid and
a rag or dish brush to clean out coolers. on the
nasty ones i've always heated up water in a pan
and used about a quarter cup of laundry bleach
and scrubbed them out. this was a whole lot
easier and quicker. spray it on and rinse it off
with the hose. all the deer blood gone and any
germs etc. gone too.


i'm too simple minded to think of such an easy
thing i guess.

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I love the clorox spray-on cleaner with bleach as well. I use it on just about anything that doesn't have paint on it. (It will definitely dull paint.)


Also a great product for a quick clean up of the bathroom. Spray down the outside of the toilet, and the floor as well, and then just use a damp sponge to wipe it up. (Make sure the exhaust fan is on.) Only takes about 5 minutes.


I use to use Windex with ammonia for these types of tasks, but it just isn't strong enough. (Plus, if you spray it in the toilet when you have a bleach based cleaner working inside the bowl, you get this really cool but poisonous white cloud rising up out of the bowl!)


I would be really careful, though, to make sure that you don't get this cleaner anywhere near your guns. Can't imagine what it would do to a beautiful wooden stock. Even one drop of bleach can really ruin a lot of things.




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. .Also a great product for a quick clean up of the bathroom. Spray down the outside of the toilet, and the floor as well, and then just use a damp sponge to wipe it up. (Make sure the exhaust fan is on.) Only takes about 5 minutes. . .
yessir. that's what i originally had been ^ ^ ^ ^ buying it for, that
and the occasional kitchen sink sanitizing. for some odd reason it
never dawned on me to clean and sanitize my ice chests with it.
great labor saver and gets the blood stains off of the white area
with no scrubbing

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Great tip for cleaning coolers!


I've always used dishwashing liquid to scrub them out, and then a little bleach and water to disinfect them. This sounds a lot quicker and easier - all in one operation.


This is definitely one of those "Why didn't I think of that"? revelations!
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