There is a lot of consensus online about the many benefits of a salt water rinse .
Recently, a lot of consensus has emerged about the benefits of a diluted bleach rinse .
Is there any reason why one would not do a bleach rinse approximately 30 minutes after a salt water rinse?
For example, my dentist says not to do both bleach rinse and another chemical rinse, Opti-Rinse, because of the lack of awareness of possible interactions. I just reached out to the makers of Opti-Rinse for advice (response pending). I cannot reach out to a specific manufacturer of salt or bleach about possible interactions because they are such generic things. Neither can I find anything about their combined use from an online search.
The question complicated by the passage of time. Many rinses say to wait 30 minutes before eating/drinking, but I don't know what this means in terms of whether most residue is gone above the gum line or below the gum line. I would be interested in residue fading time below the gum line. Answering this question seems to me to be a matter of dental expertise and experience. That's assuming that there is any possible interaction to be on guard against.