The stain removing salt (sodium percarbonate) whitens and disinfects just like chlorine bleach, but in an eco-friendly way. The active oxygen from hydrogen peroxide whitens in chlorine bleach too, but there is no toxic chlorine in the compound. It is an excellent degreaser and suitable to clean tile grouts. You can also use it in a dishwasher for better cleaning.
Sprinkle 1 or 2 tablespoons of stain removing salt into the washing mashine or the soaking water depending on the dirtiness of the clothes.
For stain removing make a paste with a little water and put it on the stain, scrub if necessary.
- You can use the stain removing salt as an additive when washing with soapnut or washing soda.
- The stain removing salt is excellent at cleaning fruit, coffee, red wine and grass stains.
- To clean tile grouts, put 2 tablespoons of sodium percarbonate in a 0.5 liter spray bottle and solve it in warm water. Spray it on the grouts and let it work.