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Thread: Walmart Great Value Splashless Bleach

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    Kingwood, Texas

    Walmart Great Value Splashless Bleach

    Bought some this week. It's unscented and I just assumed that "splashless" meant the design of the pour-spout. Ingredients are not listed on bottle. The bleach is thick and almost gel-like. It also foams a bit. Unfortunately it looks like this new formula is replacing all the regular bleach at this particular Walmart. Uggg!
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    Re: Walmart Great Value Splashless Bleach

    Quote Originally Posted by momtaps View Post
    Yep, sounds like that stuff is no bueno.
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    Re: Walmart Great Value Splashless Bleach

    The splashless is not the way to go. Yes it's know to foam.

    I noticed recently on a trip to Walmart that they don't have the strength on most of the bottles, their "great value" or the Clorox.

    Here is the MSDS from the people who bottle "great value". It's 6-9%
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