Oxygen Bleach - 500g

This powerful oxidising treatment and alternative to chlorine bleach shifts stains and mould, cleans and disinfects, then breaks down readily into the water, oxygen and soda ash. Proudly plastic-free which, together with the fact that it is all-natural, makes this Oxygen Bleach the perfect eco-friendly alternative.

 

Oxygen is nature’s cleaner. It is the additional oxygen atoms that grab onto some of the H2O in rain to form H2O2 as it falls through the ozone layer that makes rain so special. Our own bodies use oxygen in a similar way to fight off disease and infection, manufacturing H2O2 in our cells. Here H2O2 has been used to fortify soda ash with oxygen, producing a powerful cleaner and disinfectant that breaks down quickly into harmless substances.

Packaged by hand in plain brown paper and 100% compostable bioplastic inners made from corn waste, with paper labels, so that nothing need go to landfill.

Usage: 

  • Soak your laundry before washing to whiten and brighten, or to pre-treat stains (1 cup to 4 litres of warm water, or more for heavy stains).
  • Add 1-2 tablespoons to laundry to boost cleaning power. Will not weaken fabrics, nor cause greying or yellowing as chlorine bleach can.
  • Dilute with warm water to use for general cleaning all around the home (1 cup to 4 litres of warm water, or more for heavy cleaning, or mix to a paste with a small quantity of water to form a powerful cleaning scrub for showers etc.).
  • Sprinkle in the toilet bowl and leave for 15 mins or more before scrubbing to clean and disinfect.

 

Ingredients:

Washing soda fortified with oxygen (Sodium percarbonate)

Oxygen Bleach - 500g

SKU: TA003
R42.00Price
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    Address: South Africa, Pretoria

    Email:  elisma.thekindcart@gmail.com

    Cell: 061 395 8592

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    Please note that we try to keep our prices as low as possible to make it easy for you to transition to a more sustainable lifestyle. This is why we, unfortunately, can't offer you free delivery.

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