I would say that I am a cheap person. I don't want to pay any more
then I have to for what I buy. I was in a store the other day and I
grabbed a bottle of the cheapest bleach they had. On the way to the
checkout, I happened to notice in very fine print that the bleach was
a 3% solution of sodium hyperchlorate. I knew that the norm was 6%.
So, even though this was cheaper by maybe 40 cents for the bottle, I
could buy a normal bottle of bleach, mix it 50/50 with water and it
would be waaay cheaper then the cheap store brand.
So, if it is say $1.50 for Clorox (6%) and $1.10 for the Value Brand
Bleach (3%), you are paying a lot more for the 3% of active
ingredients then the 6%.
I thought that maybe many people were not aware of this and wanted to
let everyone know.