The cleaning marvel that fails to wipe away it’s environmental footprint:

What is Bleach?
Bleach is the generic name for an industrial and commercial product most commonly used as a cleaning agent in millions of households. In 2019, 724.15 million sales of Bleach were reported in the United States alone. Bleach is widely used in the paper, water treatment and dental industry across the globe.
Despite the miraculous cleaning powers, bleach is rife with chemicals, endangering the lives of aquatic animals when flushed down the toilet or drained down the sink. According to experts, bleach should only be applied in well-ventilated rooms and as far away from children and pets as possible.