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Why is chlorine bleach recommend for sanitizing hard surfaces?
One tablespoon of chlorine bleach in a gallon of water meets the United States Public Health Service's recommended levels of hard surface sanitation. Chlorine bleach specifies that one tablespoon of chlorine bleach in a gallon of water is equivalent to 200 ppm available chlorine.
Use this to sanitize food contact surfaces, food equipment, and refrigerators and freezers.
The USPHS recommends a ratio of 1/4 cup chlorine bleach to 5 gallons of water for a final dip for pots, pans, glasses, dishes and utensils.