What symptoms can bleach cause?
If you mix bleach with other chemicals:
The gases created from mixing bleach with acids or ammonia can be very irritating to your eyes, nose and throat, and make it hard to breathe. These symptoms can be especially bad for people with breathing problems, such as asthma or COPD, who may need medical help.
If you swallow bleach or get it on your skin or in your eyes:
You may get a burning feeling. Small amounts of household bleach usually will not cause severe symptoms. Larger amounts or stronger types of bleach, such as pool bleach, can cause worse symptoms. Symptoms can also be worse if you leave bleach on your skin or in your eye for a long time before washing it off. You must remove clothing and wash hair with bleach on it right away