Chlorine bleach

Why we updated our sanitisation method and removed ‘stripping’

Strip washing is simply washing or soaking. It is a weak oxidation process, which removes some soiling, but does not sanitise. Chlorine bleach is able to remove minor stains, major stains, oxidise ammonia and sanitise against certain pathogens. You don’t need to strip wash because chlorine bleach is a far superior oxidiser.

Oxygen Bleach vs Chlorine Bleach

Oxygen bleach is one of the active ingredients in laundry boosters (for example vanish). Chlorine bleach is standard household bleach.

Chlorine Bleach

Chlorine bleach (standard household bleach) can remove minor stains, major stains, oxidise ammonia and sanitise against certain pathogens.

Septic Systems

A septic system is a watertight tank through which domestic wastewater is collected for primary treatment onsite, instead of being…

Rash Creams

With adequate agitation (correct loading), a mainstream detergent and warm-hot water, all rash creams will wash out of nappies.

How to remove Mould

Chlorine bleach and 90/95°C degree front loader machine cycles remove mould. It is possible to remove mould spores and stains caused by mould