Months back I was forced to take digital fingerprinting for passport renewal, and the cops could not take my fingerprints with digital reader, because all my prints were deformed and blurred. They even had trouble taking prints using physical method. It took them 2 months to reconstruct my prints. I have the lazy habit of not wearing plastic gloves when cleaning or washing with bleach, including high concentration bleach like Clorox. I don't get irritation to it so I didn't bother to wear them.
I talked to some retired janitors who have kids come to our hackerspace for 3D printing workshop, and they said that bleach does the same to their skin after long exposure. It corrodes away your fingerprints, your prints will still be there but official will have problems recording your prints because machine do not recognize it.
The corrosive characteristic of bleach (hydrogen peroxide) is called oxidative stress, basically a term for oxidizing chemical rapidly 'aging' your skin by damaging protein covered on it.
This is the new topic for me to research about it. There was a recent article about a drug trafficker in Madrid managed to evade capture for 15 years because he repeatedly boiled and cutting his finger tips to deform the prints and insert implants to hide it. I'm not entirely a masochist so cutting my fingers is a bit extreme. However, bleaching with oxidizing agents can be the best solution to the painful one.