Source of Bleach in Houston TX area

I didn’t know where to post this so I’m putting it in uncategorized. This only applies to the Houston TX area. Everyone is trying to find a place to buy bleach that is either better or cheaper. I found a place in north Houston called Napco that sell 10-12% bleach in bulk (they will deliver 100’s of gallons) or put you on a route where they will stop by and top you off. You can also go into their location and pick up a gallon or two or they will fill up your tanks on your trailer. Pricing varies based on how much you buy but I’m having my totes filled up at my storeroom for $1.70/gallon with no delivery charge. Napco is a local, family owned business. They are located ate2830 Spring Cypress Rd, Spring TX 77388. My contact is Jud Rodriquez at 832-585-3278.


Good god, I wish I could get it anywhere near that price. Here in Maryland, I’m paying about $5 a gallon and that’s after a 15% volume discount.

I found these guys in Maryland and they do bulk delivery. Maybe they will be less:

Sweet! Thanks!

Thanks for the advice. Went there today and they’re absolutely amazing! Best place to get 12.5 SH in the Houston area.

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Glad to help

Anyone know what the bleach chemical is specifically called? I’m looking for a place in North Carolina that can do bulk delivery. Our local source location was bought out from a greedy company and they have a weaker solution that’s taking ages to work on algae! Thanks!

@DisplacedTexan sort this guy out

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It’s probably the same troll from earlier with a new account lol

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I don’t know. That name matches up with a person in San Antone that works at Supreme Power Wash. He could’ve just picked up and moved across the country I guess. Either way, he hasn’t lied, cheated or been rude yet.


Not a troll LOL. Surprised it shows my work history. I moved here for 6 months. Moving back soon end of February. Pain to drive those 22 hrs. But my old employer seems to be in a sticky situation. Thanks again.

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It doesn’t show your work history. I creeped you on Facebook like a jealous ex-girlfriend. We get a lot of weirdos here so I like to know when I’m talking to one.

In regards to your question, the chemical name for bleach is Sodium Hypochlorite. There are numerous people on this forum that live and work in North Carolina. I am not one of them. I’m sure it depends on where exactly you’re located there but I’m positive that you will find bulk supplies without too much trouble. Looks like there’s four Brenntag locations in NC and they are a bulk chemical supplier.

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Well I’m still surprised since I supposedly don’t have that set to public. Thanks Zuckerberg. LOL. Anyway I never heard of that company they claim on their site they have 12.5% . Hopefully they have much higher between 12-14%. Our local family owned bleach distributer literally 20 mins from our shop was selling 12-14%. Now some greedy investor/company bought it along with other locations and they’re selling a much weaker percentage of SH for the same price! Ridiculous! Hopefully this information will help him out. Thanks again! Much appreciated.

No worries man. Good luck with it. Most SH is produced at 15-20% but it degrades somewhat rapidly so most places just label it as 12.5%. Regardless, 12.5% is more than enough to clean just about anything.

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I’m kinda new power washing in Houston. I’ll say Napco Sodium Hypochlorite is Stroooooong! I tried Pench a penny the other day since I couldn’t make it to NAPCO, and I started to think it wasn’t going to clean the roof for the job I had. I had to turn my proportioner way up to get it done. I’m just going to have to drive way North from the Friendswood area to get my bleach, unless I can get on one of their routes. I’ve had Napco bleach last over a month in my tank and still work for me.



There is also a source in Kingwood. List of SH suppliers around the country. Please add any you know of.

Texas Pressure Washing,

Thanks so much. I’ll check it out. There was a place in Alvin near my house, but they just closed down the other day. He had strong bleach. I think Marco in Kemah needs to sell bleach.

Long Tab Power Wash

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Bullseye in Alvin just closed. I called him today. Good guy.

Yeah they recently closed. They got their SH from the guy in Kingwood. Strong stuff.

Not sure Marco will ever sell SH.

I know a southern location is in the works.

Ok awesome. I’ll try that Pasadena store if they have it. I appreciate you helping me out man. If I can ever help let me know.



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