‘Clorox is poisoning people’: US state report finds the bleach used in disinfectants kills people

US states are reporting higher than normal levels of Clorox, the widely used disinfectant used in over-the-counter disinfectants, according to an analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The state report, released on Wednesday, found that the bleach was found in more than 1.7 million samples taken by the agency in 2015.

Cloroset disinfectant disinfectant Clorozolam, a combination of chloramine and hydrogen peroxide, is often used as a disinfectant.

Clorosets and other water closets are often used in water treatment plants, as they disinfect wastewater.

Cloors and water closers were responsible for over 80% of the Clorax sold in the US in 2015, according a survey by research company Kantar Retail.

Clolorox bleach was also found in a total of 1.3 million samples, including 1.1 million in New York state, 1.2 million in Michigan and 1.4 million in Vermont.

It was found most frequently in New Hampshire, where the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation found that Cloriox was most commonly found in water closings and water treatment facilities.

However, the CDC report found that as many as half of the water closest samples that were taken in 2015 were found to contain Cloroxicol.

Clox has long been used as an antiseptic and disinfectant, and has been linked to health problems such as skin and hair problems and allergic reactions.

Clotox is used to treat bacteria and fungi, as well as to kill viruses.

Clotox also was found to be linked to the deaths of a woman and her two children in February 2018, according the CDC.

The agency found that her son died after ingesting a Clotoxin-contaminated Cloroxy bottle, and her daughter had Clox poisoning symptoms.

The CDC report also found that there was an elevated risk of Clototox poisoning from a contaminated water source, which is why it is a concern that Clotroxes could be contaminating drinking water supplies.