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What To Consider Before Bleaching Your Grass Lawn
Carefully examine whether or not bleach is the solution for your lawn care needs, as it is a potent chemical that can also permanently remove future growth in the applied area.
When applied, bleach makes the soil uninhabitable, as
the ground soaks up the chlorine and increases salt levels, thereby increasing
its pH levels.
This change in the soil creates unlivable conditions that result in chemical burning and don't allow plants to attain adequate water or other necessary microorganisms.
Due to its potent and destructive nature, place it in a spray bottle to gain more control over its application, and avoid using it on windy days or when rain is expected.
To combat its toxic and corrosive chemicals, wear protective gear during use and ensure no children and pets are around.