The Environmental Protection Agency does not list bleach as being effective in killing scabies, according to Clorox. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that a person infested with scabies be treate... More »

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The only way to cure a scabies infection is by getting a prescription medication from a doctor, says eMedicineHealth. At-home treatments, such as bleach, lemon, olive oil and hydrogen peroxide, have not been shown to be ... More »

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Lysol and other disinfectants may be used to kill scabies mites on hard household surfaces. However, bedding and clothing must be machine-washed and dried using the hottest cycles available or dry-cleaned, according to t... More »

The active ingredient in Clorox bleach is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), a strong oxidizing agent used to clean, sanitize and disinfect surfaces and liquids, and to destroy pigments in stains and textiles. This is a powerf... More »

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Clorox bleach is not recommended for cleaning the brewing mechanism of a coffee pot. It is acceptable to use a mild bleach and water solution to clean the outside surface of a coffeemaker or filter. More »

Clorox bleach is harmful to the skin. It is advised to wear a pair of gloves while using this product as it can cause skin irritation, rashes and discomfort. More »

According to Clorox.com, Clorox bleach can be used to clean driveways and other concrete surfaces. However, it is best to test each concrete surface with a small amount of bleach to ensure that the surface can safely be ... More »