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What is Oxy bleach stain remover?

Oxy bleach, or, Oxygen bleach are common terms for Sodium per-carbonate Sodium per-carbonate, a compound of natural soda crystals and hydrogen peroxide. When Oxygen bleach comes in contact with water, a chemical reaction occurs and the substance releases oxygen - producing bubbles that act to dislodge dirt and stains. Oxygen bleach is a cleaning agent; in powder form is usually part of a Biological detergent, and also sold separately as a powder additive with names like Oxy-power, Oxi-clean or Oxi-action stain remover that can be safely used in your Washing machine. Also, Oxygen bleach doesn't break down the fibres in fabrics like Chlorine bleach would - plus, Oxygen bleach doesn’t have a odour. Oxygen bleach is environmentally safe; as the only by-product is soda ash – a non-toxic substance that's safe for our water supply. Can I use a Oxygen bleach stain remover with my colour wash? Oxygen bleach powder is colour-safe and won't bleach white patches on dyed fabrics as Chlorine bleach would. It can be used safely to remove dirt and stains from your coloured laundry without fading the colours. Oxygen bleach is safe for most fabrics, although it should never be used when washing silk or wool. Also, see our guide to: Care symbols on clothing labels Always follow the bleaching instructions on the clothing label Always use Oxygen bleach in accordance with the manufacturer’s care instructions, and especially look out for the ‘ DO NOT USE BLEACH ’ symbol.

Is your washing machine starting to smell?

If you always select cool 30°C quick wash programme and only use Non-bio detergent, Colour detergent, Liquid, Liquid tablets or any other detergent that doesn’t contain Oxygen bleach. This will cause a build up of dirt and grease creating a breeding ground for mould and bacteria, unpleasant smells can form in your washing machine – warm weather can make the smell even worse. Our Advice: Two to three times a year, simply wash white cotton Tea towels on the hottest 90°C wash programme with the “Intensive wash and the Extra rinse” options, (if your machine has those functions) with a Biological detergent that contains Oxygen bleach. Alternatively, you can use your normal detergent with two scoops of Oxygen bleach powder additive. These maintenance washes will keep the machine and the outlet hose clean and free from the build-up of dirt, grease and bacteria. Also, regular maintenance washes can considerably prolong the life of your washing machine. Read more...
Oxygen Bleach
Stain Remover
All content © 1999 - 2020 Penny Lane Domestic Appliances. - Brand logos and images for informational purposes only.

What is Oxy bleach

stain remover?

Oxy bleach, or, Oxygen bleach are common terms for Sodium per-carbonate Sodium per-carbonate, a compound of natural soda crystals and hydrogen peroxide. When Oxygen bleach comes in contact with water, a chemical reaction occurs and the substance releases oxygen - producing bubbles that act to dislodge dirt and stains. Oxygen bleach is a cleaning agent; in powder form is usually part of a Biological detergent, and also sold separately as a powder additive with names like Oxy-power, Oxi-clean or Oxi- action stain remover that can be safely used in your Washing machine. Also, Oxygen bleach doesn't break down the fibres in fabrics like Chlorine bleach would - plus, Oxygen bleach doesn’t have a odour. Oxygen bleach is environmentally safe; as the only by-product is soda ash – a non-toxic substance that's safe for our water supply. Can I use a Oxygen bleach stain remover with my colour wash? Oxygen bleach powder is colour-safe and won't bleach white patches on dyed fabrics as Chlorine bleach would. It can be used safely to remove dirt and stains from your coloured laundry without fading the colours. Oxygen bleach is safe for most fabrics, although it should never be used when washing silk or wool. Also, see our guide to: Care symbols on clothing labels Always follow the bleaching instructions on the clothing label Always use Oxygen bleach in accordance with the manufacturer’s care instructions, and especially look out for the ‘ DO NOT USE BLEACH ’ symbol.

Is your washing

machine starting to

smell?

If you always select cool 30°C quick wash programme and only use Non-bio detergent, Colour detergent, Liquid, Liquid tablets or any other detergent that doesn’t contain Oxygen bleach. This will cause a build up of dirt and grease creating a breeding ground for mould and bacteria, unpleasant smells can form in your washing machine – warm weather can make the smell even worse. Our Advice: Two to three times a year, simply wash white cotton Tea towels on the hottest 90°C wash programme with the “Intensive wash and the Extra rinse” options, (if your machine has those functions) with a Biological detergent that contains Oxygen bleach. Alternatively, you can use your normal detergent with two scoops of Oxygen bleach powder additive. These maintenance washes will keep the machine and the outlet hose clean and free from the build-up of dirt, grease and bacteria. Also, regular maintenance washes can considerably prolong the life of your washing machine. Read more...
Stain Remover
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