Bleach bombing is a term used for the practice of spraying all surfaces of a sealed space with bleach and then allowing time for the chlorine to thoroughly disinfect the room or controlled space.

Bleach Bombing Gloveboxes[edit | edit source]

A common practice among new mycologists is to bleach bomb their glove boxes. This approach has been shown to demonstratively reduce the rate of contamination and has commonly resulted in the explosive combustion of the contained gas during flame sterilization.

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