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For mildew stains, Dooley says, Sunbrella recommends mixing a cup of bleach and ¼ cup of mild dish soap in a gallon of water.
We searched for antibacterial wipes and stocked up on bleach.
Some of the half-made hay in the meadows looks as though it had been standing out to bleach for the last fortnight.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
Should it not be rendered white by these means, lay the dress in the open air, and bleach it for several days.
Many larv turn black in alcohol, but boiling them in alcohol in a test tube will bleach them.
It was the only sign she had given thus far that she had earned her white hair by age, and not by a bleach.
His bones will bleach on the plain, and his scalp adorn the shield of an Indian chief, or the mane of his horse.
He knew that Stanley would fetch out Livingstone, dead or alive, or leave his own bones to bleach in the depths of Africa.
STANLEY'S ADVENTURES IN THE WILDS OF AFRICAJOEL TYLER HEADLEY AND WILLIAM FLETCHER JOHNSON
It acts as a powerful bleach, and with it the face of a check may be washed as white as before it was written upon.
DISPUTED HANDWRITINGJEROME B. LAVAY
De claver Waytie was a hill leading to a spring covered with grass, where the young maidens used to bleach their linen.

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