Dr. SPOT, E10 – Bleaching, Part 4

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Mr. Bob Edwards from A.L. Wilson Chemical explains how to remove a remaining stain with a bleach. In part 4, he quickly summarizes oxidizing bleaches and reducing bleaches

[Oxidizing Bleaches – Color Safe]

  • Sodium Percarbonate (Oxyclean) – not safe for wool and silk
  • Sodium Perborate (Clorox2) – not safe for wool and silk
  • Hydrogen Peroxide – safe for wool and silk

[Oxidizing Bleaches – NOT Color Safe]

  • Potassium Permanganate (PermaGo) – good for residual ink removal, white only
  • Sodium Hypochlorite (Clorox) – not recommended because it damages fabric’s tensile strength

[Reducing Bleaches]

  • Titanium Sulfate (YellowGo) – good for residual ink removal
  • Sodium Hydrosulfite (DroGo “B”) – good for removing oxidation over time

Bob Edwards
Regional Vice President
A. L. Wilson Chemical Co.

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