Bleach is a chemical compound that Minecraft players can create in Minecraft Education and Bedrock Editions. It’s a mixture of water and Sodium Hypochlorite.
Minecraft players can make bleach by combining three flasks with water and three of Sodium Hypochlorite. This can be used as a substitute for white dye. This item is not available via the Creative Mode inventory or commands like /give.
However, the primary use of bleach in Minecraft: Education Edition right now is to remove color from objects or make them whiter. Bleach can be used to help players who have run out bone meal or Lilies in the Valley to make white dye.
After Minecraft players have created bleach at the lab block, they are able to place the item along with other items in a crafting grid in order for them to be colored white. Only four items from Minecraft: Education Edition can be dyed with bleach at the moment. These items include dyed carpets, beds, and wool blocks as well as banners that are not yet colored white.
They can bleach these items by placing it on the crafting grid of a craft table. This will remove any color from the item and make it white again. The four items listed above are currently the only ones that can be bleached. However, Minecraft: Education Edition will likely increase the number of items bleachable after content updates.
Minecraft: Education Edition often contains chemical compounds that students and players can see in real life. This includes bleach. Minecraft makes it easy to see how bleach works in real life. It can remove dyes and stains from fabric. This is consistent with the many chemical compounds used in Minecraft, such as Latex, Hydrogen Peroxide and Aluminum Oxide.
Although Bleach has not yet been used to create actual items (whereas compounds such as Latex can make inflatables), Mojang could change this in the future when they expand Minecraft: Education Edition’s capabilities. Chemistry is a core feature of this Minecraft version. It is certain that it will improve over time as more content is released.