HYPO, JIK, BLEACH PRODUCTION
OK! So you would like to know how to produce bleach or Hypo, Jik as it is locally known here in Nigeria? There’s indeed no problem with that as it is very easy to produce. Bleach is used for removing stains from clothings during washing. It has also proven to be very effective in cleaning toilet bowls, leaving them sparkling clean and germ free due to the presence of chlorine which is an anti germ.
Chlorine bleach has become a known disinfectant killing over 90% of the popular germs in the house. We advice women to make a routine to mop the floor of their houses with this product especially if they have little kids.
Today in Nigeria, following the recent recession, it is unwise for us to keep buying Hypo from the market when you can make as much quantity that would serve you the whole year from the comfort of you home, and guess what? It wouldn’t break your BANK! We shall be taking us through the process in very simple steps. SO if you are good to go, then we are too.
Also Read: HOW TO PRODUCE IZAL
- Pour some water in a bowel.
- Add all the chemicals together, and stir very well
- Allow to settle for 24 hours
- Sieve out the sediments.
- Package in your desired container.
Please note that most that some of these reagents are corrosive in nature, hence ensure to always put on protective covering.
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