Oxygen bleach with sodium percarbonate without chemical bleach activator (TAED) is the most environmentally friendly alternative to bleaching laundry in the sun.
Due to the separate dosage of the bleaching agent, the bleaching effect is only targeted where it is needed to remove stains and bleach white laundry.
Area of application
For bleaching white laundry and removing stains and discolourations on white and coloured laundry.
For bleaching white laundry
For removing stains and discolourations from white and coloured laundry.
For brightening yellowed and greyed laundry
Effective from 50 °C
As we do not use petrochemical bleach activators, Sonett Bleach Complex and Stain Remover is only effective in the washing machine from 50 °C. If the bleach can be left to work for longer, e.g. by soaking overnight, it is effective from 30 °C.
Use in a 4.5 kg washing machine at 50 °C and above.
For all washable white and colourfast textiles made of cotton, linen, hemp and mixed fabrics. Not suitable for wool, silk, artificial silk and microfibres.
Removes all oxidisable stains such as fruit, red wine, tea, coffee, grass, blood, etc.
Prevents greying of white laundry.
Brightens yellowed and grey laundry.
Add 60 ml / 60 g to the detergent drawer for the main wash cycle.
Soaking heavily soiled children's laundry or laundry that is only washed up to 40 °C
Dissolve 30 ml / 30 g in a bucket of approx. 3 litres of warm water, place the laundry in it and weigh it down, e.g. with a plate, so that the laundry items remain immersed in the bleach solution. Leave to soak overnight. Then wash in the washing machine as usual.
In the dishwasher
To remove stubborn tea and coffee stains on dishes.
Add 15 ml / 15 g to the dishwasher detergent in the dosing chamber of the dishwasher.
Sodium percarbonate >30
List of ingredients according to EC 648/2004
Sodium Percarbonate, Sodium Carbonate
Contains sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate. Harmful if swallowed. Causes serious eye damage. If medical advice is needed, have packaging or label at hand. Keep out of the reach of children. Wear eye protection. In case of contact with eyes: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses if possible. Continue rinsing. Call a poison centre or doctor immediately.
Origin and properties of the ingredients
Sodium percarbonate is an addition compound of hydrogen peroxide to sodium carbonate (soda). Under the influence of heat, the hydrogen peroxide is split off again at temperatures above 50 °C and decomposes to water and active oxygen. The reaction increases as the temperature rises, so that at 95 °C the bleaching effect in the washing machine is optimal. The oxygen released is particularly effective on organic stains such as grass stains, fruit stains, etc., by oxidising the dyes and thus rendering them colourless, or by converting substances that form stains by oxidation back into water-soluble ones.
Bulk density: (20°C) 0.9-1.1 g / cm³
pH value: (20 °C, 5 g / l H₂O) approx. 10-11
Store Sonett Bleach Complex closed, cool and dry. If possible, store between 10 and 25°C.