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Clorox Bleach Regular, 64 oz

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I probably used to much bleach to clean out my 50 gal containers. I put the entire jug of bleach & some water in my 50 gal containers and swirred it around and then emptied the bleach water into the next container. I then filled each container with 50 gals of water. They do smell like bleach but not sure if it is now drinkable. Iam new at this and need some advice. It will be easy to empty the containers and fill wih new water.

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  • Indy500larry November 30, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    I probably used to much bleach to clean out my 50 gal containers. I put the entire jug of bleach & some water in my 50 gal containers and swirred it around and then emptied the bleach water into the next container. I then filled each container with 50 gals of water. They do smell like bleach but not sure if it is now drinkable. Iam new at this and need some advice. It will be easy to empty the containers and fill wih new water.

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