I am working with RNA samples, and I'm trying to be very careful about RNAse contamination.
I have some questions about bleach, though. Some people say that a solution of bleach is enough to destroy RNAse activity, but is it really? How does it do it?
I'm not sure if wiping the surface using a solution of bleach would be enough to kill RNAse activity, or if it is necessary to use products such as RNAseZap or RNAseAway.