I've read a few articles advising not to mix bleach and ammonia in the same room because it makes chloramine gas. But my boyfriend and I are having an argument - he thinks that since those articles don't specifically say that mixing them in the same room (in our case, our small, poorly-ventilated bathroom) is bad, the only situation in which we shouldn't do this is spraying them directly on the same surface.
I don't see any reason why the chemical reactions producing chloramine gas wouldn't occur if they're mixing in the same room, from our bleach cleaner and glass cleaner spray bottles, though they would be less concentrated. However, he would only trust an answer from a chemistry expert. Please advise!