Percarbonate of soda is obtained by the combination of carbonate of soda and hydrogen peroxide. Delivered in water, it combines the two properties of its components.
- wash by releasing oxygen from 40 ° C
- anti-mold and anti-bacterial
- Degreaser for wood and outdoor furniture
it replaces bleach being completely biodegradable.
For laundry: add to your usual laundry, 2 tablespoons in the drum.
To detach, make a paste with a little warm water and rub the laundry (cotton and white only).
To launder the laundry: Soak the laundry to be bleached in a basin with 2 tablespoons per carbonate of soda and about 2 to 3 liters of water.
Soils: 1 to 2 tablespoons per liter of hot water to clean floors
Tile joints: mix 1 volume of sodium percarbonate in 10 volumes of water. Rub the joint with a stiff brush.
Disinfect the dishwashing machine: 1 tablespoon in the powder compartment.
Clean the moss and mildew: 1 tablespoon / liter of water