Not all old Clorox liquid bleach bottles are antiques, since some are not old enough to receive such classification. However, early Clorox bottles are collectors' items and classified as antiques. More » Home & Garden Antiques

"The Antique Trader Bottles Identification and Price Guide," "Kovel's Bottles Price List: 12th Edition" and "Warman's Bottles Field Guide" are some guides to antique glass bottles, as of 2015. These guides list thousands... More » Home & Garden Antiques

Milk bottles were first introduced in America is the late 1800s in New York, so a true antique bottle that is 100 years old or more is rare. Antiques dealers, online auctions and reseller sites can help to set a value on... More »

A mixture of Clorox chlorine bleach, trisodium phosphate and water can be used to clean asphalt shingles. The trisodium phosphate allows the bleach to work more efficiently, but if it's not available, a non-ammonia based... More »

Clorox bleach can be safely used to purify water in the event of an emergency. Clorox recommends adding 2 drops of bleach to 1 quart of water or 8 drops of bleach to 1 gallon of water. Clorox warns that only regular blea... More »

According to a Material Safety Data Sheet provided by The Clorox Company, Clorox bleach can cause skin burns and irritation; therefore, using it to bleach hair can cause injury. Although the MSDS does not provide any use... More » Beauty & Fashion Hair Chemical Hair Treatments

The chemical formula for Clorox regular bleach is water, sodium hypochlorite, sodium chloride, sodium carbonate, sodium chlorate, sodium hydroxide and sodium polyacrylate. Its name derives from chlorine and sodium hydrox... More »