Bio Washing Powders?

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Bio washing powder is a kind of washing detergent that uses enzymes to break down stains from clothes when washing. It is environmentally friendly and works optimally at low temperatures because the enzymes are killed by high temperatures. It is however common for this powder to cause skin sensitivity.
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Non-bio washing powder means that it doesn't break down like bio-degradable cleaning products do. This is important to know if your home has a septic tank, because over time, these
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A biological washing powder contains enzymes. This is commonly used in the United Kingdom because other washing detergents are called "non-biological". Some people can be
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1. Use a cheese grater to grate a mild bar soap into a large bowl until you have 2 cups. Use the smallest shred size on the grater. 2. Add 1cup of washing soda and 1 cup of borax
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You can flush it down the toilet which will be safer than in the sink. Plan on cleaning the toilet after wards with rubber gloves and sanitize. More people use the sinks often and
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The difference between bio and non bio washing powder, is that Biological (bio) detergent contain enzymes which aid in the removal of stains, while non bio detergent ...
A non-biological or a non bio is a washing powder that does not contain enzymes which break down stains and dirt while washing however it is friendly to the skin ...
1. Apply detergent concentrate through a downstream injector. Detergent should not be applied to a greater surface area than can be washed and rinsed prior to ...
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