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whiten

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Synonyms for bleach

to lose normal coloration; turn pale

Synonyms for bleach

the whiteness that results from removing the color from something

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the act of whitening something by bleaching it (exposing it to sunlight or using a chemical bleaching agent)

make whiter or lighter

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Sodium hypochlorite type bleaches have both caustic and irritant properties, although obviously concentrated solutions will affect a cat or a dog more than a diluted form.
Sodium hypochlorite-type bleaches have both caustic and irritant properties, though obviously concentrated solutions will affect a cat or a dog more than a diluted form.
In fact, even laundry bleaches can't be claimed to be disinfectants in the wash wheel, even though they undoubtedly kill bacteria at certain levels.
At the same time, the laundry room is steadily becoming more environmentally safe with detergents and bleaches that are kind to the groundwater - and to clothes as well.
will release a follow-up product, DayWhite, that bleaches faster, requiring patients to wear the peroxide goo on their teeth for just one hour a day - 30 minutes in the morning and 30 at night - as opposed to the overnight treatment currently in favor.
A host organism that has lost its symbiotic companion turns white, or bleaches, and its health declines.