You could ruin your home if you're not careful with it.
Bleach is a common solution that is used to oxidize stains, germs, and other substances and is often mixed with water to dilute the harshness of the effect. If you have used bleach before, you are familiar with using it to clean surfaces such as clothing and bathrooms. However, what may be a good solution for some surfaces, may not be good for others. It's important to be aware of which surfaces you should avoid when cleaning with bleach.
Do not use bleach on marble
Do not use bleach on granite
Do not use bleach on stainless steel
Similar to the burnt orange hue or removal of colour that you'll see on clothing with bleach left on them, the same can happen to these surfaces. A strong bleach solution can create spots on toilet seat covers or countertop surfaces that may enhance spots or even make surfaces darker than they originally were.
Test your bleaching solution on a hidden spot before cleaning the whole surface.
Dilute your bleach solution with water to avoid harsh bleach stains.
Wipe bleach spills immediately after and use water to dilute its effect.