Washing powder for white clothes
Energy 0 kJ (0 kcal) 0 %
Sugar 0 g 0 %
Fats 0 g 0 %
Saturates 0 g 0 %
Sodium 0 g 0 %
% recommended daily amount for adults (Everything about GDA)
You will be surprised how this product work even in hard water from 30°C above. Do not throw away money on overpriced washing powder and make your own from commonly available and inexpensive chemicals. Your curtains and diapers will shine beautifully.
|sodium carbonate (washing soda - NaCO3)||300 g||-|
|sodium percarbonate||Na2CO3.1,5H2O2||200 g||-|
|TAED - Tetraacetylethylendiamin||10 g||-|
- Washing powder for white clothes begins with grating of soap. The smaller pieces, the better. Use any soap, or home-made according to this instruction, or any ordinary fragrance-free soap. Soap adds to washing powder tensides, which contains every soap.
- Soap pieces put into a container, in which you can mix comfortably.
- Add 300 g of sodium carbonate, which softens water (binds magnesium and calcium ions).
- Stir in 200 g of sodium percarbonate, which contains active oxygen.
- Add TAED - activates the oxygen of sodium percarbonate even at low temperatures.
- Mix well and store in moisture-proof containers out of the reach of children.
- The washing temperature 30-95°C.
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- grate 250g of soap...
- the smaller pieces, the better...
- add 300 g of sodium carbonate... (washing soda NaCO3)
- 200 g of sodium percarbonate... (Na2CO3.1,5H2O2)
- and 10 g TAED... (Tetraacetylethylendiamin)
- stir well...
- store in moisture-proof containers...
Dose approximately 2-3 tablespoons per washing. Each water has different composition, so start with this dose, which can be adjusted later if necessary.
Keep away from children, as well as all other detergents.