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  1. I've got a few thoughts from my background as an engineer that does a lot of work with drinking water. I don't do a lot of work with sanitizing surfaces and materials like clay specifically, so take it with a grain of salt, but the fundamentals are similar. Bleach is excellent at killing viruses, even at low concentrations. At one to two parts per million of bleach, viruses are killed within a matter of minutes. If you have very liquidy slop, adding something like 40 drops of bleach per 5 gallons could help (this is based on CDC guidelines for emergency disinfection of water). The problem
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