MACHINE WASHING POWDER
What is Machine Washing Powder?
Washing powder is a type of soap that is used to clean clothes. Modern washing machines have drawers or compartments where people can store washing powder. Inside the washing machine, the powder is mixed with water, and the detergent solution within the powder removes dirt and stains from the laundry. Enzymes such as protease and amylase are commonly found in washing powder and help to clean by breaking down dirt particles.
Uses of Machine Wasing Powder
Color stains such as tea, coffee, Nescafe, and various types of fruit juice can be removed by machine without causing any damage to the fabric’s color or fibers. At temperatures below 40°C, the powder with active oxygen can demonstrate stain removal and bleaching properties, and you will experience effective washing with stain removal power.
The active oxygen combined with the activating agent in the detergent powder disinfects both the clothes and the washing machine, ensuring that your laundry is free of microorganisms.
We bring you the most advanced technology in the world by combining active oxygen technology, a blend of enzymes, and efficient washing.
How Do Detergents Work?
Because water alone cannot remove all dirt and stains, detergents are added to your washing machine. Laundry detergents contain several key components that allow them to function effectively:
- Soap molecules have a water-loving end and an oil-loving end. When they come into contact with water, they bind to both water and oil molecules at the same time. These soap molecules are a type of surfactant, which reduces the surface tension between water and oil, allowing the soap to break apart grease and dirt in the water when rinsed away.
- Enzymes: Enzymes are effective at removing a wide range of stains. Enzymes come in a variety of forms, but in general, enzymes break down stains into smaller particles that can be lifted and washed away.
- Bleaches: Many laundry detergents, whether chlorine or oxygen-based, contain bleach. Bleach decolorizes stains rather than lifting them away so they are no longer visible.
- Brighteners: Instead of bleach, many detergents contain brighteners. This adds color to clothing. To make whites appear less yellow, blue dyes are used.
Overall, laundry detergent is an important part of the cleaning process. If going green is important to you, there are many plant-based cleaners and enzymes available. Your clothes will remain shiny clean.
The Nova Plus team, which specializes in manufacturing and exporting automatic powder products in the best ways, appreciates the highest quality of our products and most importantly.
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