Definitions for "Bleach"
To make white, or whiter; to remove the color, or stains, from; to blanch; to whiten.
To grow white or lose color; to whiten.
The use of chemicals to whiten or brighten. Any substance used for bleaching.
Keywords:  kubo, tite, pierrot, taito, takuya
Tite Kubo, mangaka of Zombie Powder.
Rock Musical Bleach is a rock musical jointly produced by Studio Pierrot and Nelke Planning, based on the manga Bleach by Tite Kubo (久保 帯人 Kubo Taito). The musical is directed by Takuya Hiramitsu, with a script adaptation by Naoshi Okumura, a veteran of the Japanese theatre scene. The music is written by playwright Shoichi Tama; the music in the show is completely original and not taken from the anime soundtrack.
chemical bath capable of rehalogenizing black metallic silver.
Converting a metallic silver image to a halide or other salt which can be removed from the film with hypo.
A chemical bath to convert the black metallic silver that forms a photographic image into a compound such as a silver halide, which can then be dissolved or dyed. Bleach is used in toning and in many colour processes.
Bleach was the debut album by Nirvana, released in June 1989 through Sub Pop. It originally only sold 6,000 copies, but following the enormous success of the band's second album, Nevermind, fans discovered Nirvana's little-known debut album. It has now sold over four million copies worldwide.
Bleach is an album by Bleach. It was released in 1999 under Forefront Records.
a method used to disguise (not remove) hair by lightening its color)
A substance that is used to remove the color from fabric.
A preparation which lightens the hair by removing the pigmentation.
A method of measuring the color strength of an ink. Usually done by mixing a small portion of ink with a large amount of white base and evaluating the resulting color versus a control standard.
to make or become white or colorless by means of chemicals, by exposure to sunlight, etc. In coral – bleaching or bleached – the reduction in intensity or complete absence of coloration within living coral, due to loss of pigmentation, death, or expulsion of endosymbiotic zooxanthellae.
An agent that makes things white or colorless.
Bleach was a Nashville-based Christian rock band that formed at Kentucky Christian University, in Grayson, Kentucky. Formed in 1995, Bleach originally went by the name Blueberry Muffin. They disbanded in 2004.
Keywords:  rid, instantly, tan, great, get
a great way to instantly get rid of a tan