The bleach active in Clorox® Regular Bleach2 is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). This is the bleach that people sometimes refer to as “chlorine bleach” (even though the active is hypochlorite, not chlorine). The bleach active in Clorox2® Stain Remover and Color Booster is hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).
Similarly, you may ask, is Clorox a bleach?
Clorox-brand household bleach is a 6 percent solution of sodium hypochlorite in water plus the other added cleaning agents, stabilizer and dispersant.
Additionally, does Clorox bleach pen have chlorine? Like Clorox® Liquid Bleach, it contains sodium hypochlorite but at a lower concentration. In addition, it contains surfactants that are not found in the liquid bleach, and the gel is thicker and easier to control.
Moreover, what percent bleach is Clorox?
Is there a difference between Clorox bleach and generic bleach?
The only difference is the bottle. Clorox claims to have a spill proof bottle. For the difference in price, I prefer to just be more careful pouring out of the generic bottle! I buy generic also for just plain chlorine.