Depends on the concentration of the bleach you inhaled. A little whiff won't do harm. Lengthy exposure to high concentration bleach can damage the airway and lungs quite severely. In all but very extreme cases, this would present as a nasty, productive chest cold, or pneumonia. A chest xray might show lesions as well. Extreme cases may cause blood to appear in the sputum -- what you cough up. If you see blood, go to the ER. Usually, one brief exposure to breathing household bleach will not cause significant damage -- usually. However, it's wise to only use bleach in a well-ventilated environment.
bleach help the clothes clean.
No. Inhaling bleach would cause damage to the nose, throat, trachea and lungs. See Related Links.
Yes it can :)
its not gonna kill you it just stinks
bleach cleans the penny ..........but you have to wait about a week
what is the effect of bleach on hardend blade steel?
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You might get sick from inhaling cat urine. The reason is because cat pee contains ammonia which can effect your respiratory system.
DON'T DO IT. == Call a poison center or go to the emergency room. The lung damage could be severe.
It turns it white.
Chlorine is bleach and it could bleach out your clothes if concentration is high.
The effect is that it does make it weaker by stretching and sweaping the fabric
In order to remove the bleach side effect on the face, try taking a warm damp washcloth and adding some mild soap to it. You then will want to scrub away the bleach from the face.
I think the question you need to ask is "what effect will chracoal and bleach have on my carpet"
it makes it die.
The color become red to brown.
In a way. It causes the bleach to liberate chlorine faster than it normally would; the less chlorine in solution, the lower the effect. The flip side is, hot water itself has a sterilizing effect, but it's not as great as bleach's effect.
Its bad inhaling or not inhaling because its still going to get in your lungs.
It can keep them from growing at all
You can only get the effects of bleach with bleach, unfortunately. The best way to bleach is either at a salon, or at home with a good brand of bleach and deep conditioner. I'd recommend bleach by L'oreal, and Aussie's Deep Conditioner. Good luck!
Water will have a very nurturing and positive impact on grass making it grow. Bleach will usually kill the grass.
No, bleach has no effect on changing of eye color. You will more than likely be blind, not lighter.
No, silicosis is the result of inhaling silica. Asbestosis is the result of inhaling asbestos.