- It develops a balanced use of oxygen to brighten white garments without damaging the majority of colours. However, synthetic fabrics such as nylon and polyester and delicate coloured garments, colours may deteriorate. We recommend to test OXITEX on a small area of fabric to try whether the latter is colourfast.
- Its sanitising action is also a major feature especially when washing in self-service, industrial or hospital laundries.
- The chemical damage of fibres after repeated washing is very low comparing to other brighteners such as hypochlorite, etc. ; the wear effect is reduced by half even if compared to hydrogen peroxide.
- It is non toxic, non aggressive and non corrosive.
- It is completely biodegradable and does not exhale toxic or smelly gases. It is odourless. In case of contact with skin it does not cause irritation, just rinse with water.
It is not dangerous for user.
– for 5kg–wash load we recommend to use about 20 g of OXITEX and mix it to usual detergent just before washing. It should be added to detergent in the pre-wash dispenser drawer if pre-wash is also selected .If selected programme does not include pre-wash we recommend to add Oxitex to detergent in the usual dispenser drawer.
– for industrial use with peristaltic/roller pumps, use 2 to 10g of product per kg of garments.
– use only on persistent stains (red wine, fruit, coffee, etc.). Spray it or apply it with a brush before washing. Always test colourfastness.