Max27 Posted October 5, 2018 Author Share Posted October 5, 2018 15 minutes ago, dualshowman said: Right, but it's not as if the chlorine evaporates. Dried 'bleach' still has considerable chlorine content and may even crystalize. There is little chance that this is beneficial to the material on your pads... but they are YOUR pads, not anyone else's. Edited to add a postscript: I frequently use bleach in the laundry and on kitchen and bathroom surfaces, but all of these applications require a rinse water step after the disinfectant step. Look up the MSDS and decide for yourself: https://www.thecloroxcompany.com/brands/safety-information/sds/ i didnt soak them in bleach or anything lol i took a spray bottle and sprayed the spots with mildew and it got rid of the mildew. I took a damp towel and just cleaned where there was mold previously Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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