It sounds like you have household bleach in your hands, and it drys the skin even if used in diluted amounts. It reacts with some metals, and should not be mixed with other cleaners in the same bucket, as that is very dangerous, and may create lethal fumes.
The thing that you are looking for is called:
Materials Safety Data Sheet
If you are familiar with how to search the internet, then use google and the acronym MSDS for your search tearm. Like this:
sodium hypo chlorite MSDS
I narrowed the search to just look in the wikipedia. Here is the link to the complete entry in wiki, used often in the states.
msds.com is a site that you can register with, and get each specific company's MSDS on each chemical product they release. For instance, Sodium Chloride, table salt, has more than 250 entries and many companies produce and sell it.
I hope this information is useful.