How much bleach do I add to a 24 ounces of water for sanitizing?
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Simple really. First convert 1 teaspoon to ounces. 1 teaspoon is 0.166666666667 ounce. Then divide this number by 128 which is the amount of ounces per gallon. 0.166666666667/128 0.167 divided by 128 = 0.0013046875 ratio bleach per ounce 0.0013046875 times 24 ounces = 0.0313125 ounce of bleach Converted to milliliters is 0.926021144426 Draw a little under 1 cc (1 cc is the same as 1 milliliter) into a syringe and add it to your 24 ounces of water. I used a powerOne Personal+ calculator with a volume conversion template to figure this out. Get yours from Infinity Softworks. www.infinitysw.com