How to add ecological whitening & stain removal power to Terra Wash+Mg

Terra Wash+Mg works perfectly for regular household laundry with sweat, dirt and odours, but you may need to add something when having to remove tough stains or to make white clothes super white. People normally rely on bleach or stain remover to do this. However, since you are using very Eco-friendly Terra Wash+Mg, you may want to consider using something that is not harmful to our environment in order to achieve your goal in tough stain removal and whitening. Chlorine-based bleach is NOT an answer or a recommendation, because Chlorine-based bleach is said to create ‘trihalomethane’ and other organochlorine compounds, which are said to pollute our environment.

Please DO NOT use chlorine based bleach or detergent with TerraWash+Mg.
 

Our recommendation is ‘Sodium Percarbonate’, which is easily found online. Sodium Percarbonate is used in many Eco-friendly bleaches and in a number of home cleaning products, such as OxyBoost and OxiClean. It is the main ingredient of many of those ‘Oxy’ products on the market, averaging up to about 65% of their ingredients. When in water, Sodium Percarbonate breaks down to water and oxygen, which cannot harm our environment. It leaves only Sodium Carbonate, which is said not to be a harmful substance, therefore resulting in less environmental impact, unlike chlorine-based bleaches. In addition, unlike chlorine-based bleaches, colored clothes can be mixed with white clothes due to a more gentle bleaching power. Sodium Percarbonate is a popular Eco-friendly solution used in many European countries when you need strong whitening and tough stain removal power. 
 

 

Sodium Percarbonate works well with Terra Wash+Mg when there is a need for strong stain removal and whitening. Most of the information shown here is found in Wikipedia, but for more information about Sodium Percarbonate please look online. Sodium Percarbonate can be purchased on any Amazon online store globally, just by searching ‘Sodium Percarbonate’.

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