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First of all, Bleach is used to sanitize water in many scenarios. The method of drinking bleach to pass a drug test does NOT involve drinking more than a few drops. Moreover, it includes diluting it in at least a half gallon of non-alchoholic fluids such as milk, water, and/or juice. Lighten up you f*ckin mongers.
I’ve done it on multiple occasions, I passed every time, and I’m healthy.

Bleach bypass, also known as skip bleach or silver retention, is an which entails either the partial or complete skipping of the function during the of a color film. By doing this, the is retained in the emulsion along with the color dyes. The result is a black-and-white image over a color image. The images usually have reduced and , along with increased contrast and graininess. It usually is used to maximum effect in conjunction with a underexposure.

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Lol all the folks on here clowning over using bleach to pass a piss test. You’ve obviously googled it because you yourself are a drug user. I am a proud 420 supporter. Personally I don’t think I will attempt this as my balls aren’t big enough to drink a poison. I do know people who actually do use it to pass drug screenings for probation, etc. and the turned out fine and passed their tests. I’ll stick to drinking a 12 pack and a gallon of water instead. Always worked for me.

Bleach bypass can be done to any photochemical step in the process, be it , , , or . For motion pictures, it is usually applied at the internegative stage, as insurance companies usually are reluctant to have the camera negative bleach bypassed, or the interpositive (a "protection"/"preservation" element), in the event that the look is agreed to be too extreme, and the cost of the process for each individual release print is most often cost-prohibitive. The effect, however, will render slightly differently at each stage, especially between the camera negative and interpositive stages.