Dollar Tree sells 2 brands of bleach (“La’s Totally Awesome” and “The Home Store”) . Neither one has the SH content on the actual bottle. I’ve tried looking online and cannot find anything definitive, just a lot of guesses. Many are assuming it has roughly 3% since it’s not listed. Another person who actually bought some/used some thinks it’s closer to 6%.
Just wondering if anyone has any experience with them or has a fairly accurate idea of what the actual SH content is or if they’re worth the $1 a bottle to use?
You’re welcome!!! But, being afraid to ask questions will not get you far in a business like this…ALWAYS ask (AFTER using the search function, of course). Even if you ask a “dumb” question that everyone else knows the answer to, you’ll get over the embarrassment much quicker than you’ll get over a mistake on the job!
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Not necessarily. Walmart for example sells 8.25% gallons of household bleach that has production date stamped at the bottom of each bottle. Pick it up, flip it and look for a bunch of little black numbers down there somewhere.
It’s kinda coded and I was too lazy to try to figure out exactly how it works. But you can tell the year and I think the day of the year it was produced. For example Jan 1st of 2015 would be “001 15”. Or sometime mid March could be “075 15”.
And if u start going to the same Walmart and same shelf over and over again, and start paying attention to those numbers, you’ll remember what number you took last time and look for bottles with greater number. That’s how I do it
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