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If you put chlorine bleach into the AC, it became acidic. It's not only good bad for breathing, it also may degrade the metal parts inside. You need to remove that. What I'd do: Power down the unit, remove its power cord from the socket. Add a teaspoonful of baking soda to a pint of water, put it into a sprayer, and spray it gently into the coil of the unit....


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My father, as part of his HVAC business, would clean fans from restaurant ventilation systems and the like. I guess for the price he was charging, his clients imagined him painstakingly dismantling them, scrubbing, and putting them back together. In reality he took them to a manual car wash and just blasted them with soapy water then rinse water. :-) Then ...


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You can try the Flusher Blocker! It is reusable and washable, so it is not wasteful. It sticks on the sensor and then you can take it off and wash it. Then, you can stick it on the back of your phone or the packaging it comes in.


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