Ultra White – The Electrolytic Laundry Detergent

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The Conventional Laundry Detergent Make Up

  1. Caustic Builders: These are included in the formula to help the product clean better. Examples include chemicals like quaternium-15(known to release formaldehyde, a known carcinogen), diethanolamine (linked with skin and eye irritation and possibly liver problems), nonlphenol ethoxylate or NPE (toxic to nerves, irritating to skin, potential hormone disruptor, toxic to aquatic life), linear alkyl benzene sulfonates or LAS (irritating to skin and eyes and toxic to aquatic life; benzene on its own is a carcinogen), and petroleum distillates (linked to cancer and lung damage).
  2. Fragrance: Manufacturers combine a number of chemicals to produce a fragrance—so you’ll believe your clothes are clean because they smell clean— However some of those chemicals can be very toxic.
  3. Stabilizers: These chemicals help stabilize the formula, so that it lasts longer on the shelf. Examples include polyalkylene oxide or ethylene oxide, which are linked with eye and lung irritation, and even dermatitis.
  4. Phosphates & EDTA: Manufacturers use these to make detergents more effective in hard water, and to help prevent dirt from settling back on clothes when they’re washing. These chemicals have long been associated with environmental damage, particularly in our streams and waterways. They cause algae blooms that damage ecosystems. Many detergents have eliminated these, but they’re often using ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) in its place, which does not readily biodegrade, and has been found to be toxic in animal studies.
  5. Brighteners: You’ll find these in detergents advertising their “brightening” powers. Brighter whites! Brighter colors! What’s creating all this brightness? Chemicals that actually remain on the clothes to absorb UV light and help clothes “appear” brighter. We’re talking things like naphthotriazolystilbenes (linked with developmental and reproductive effects), benzoxazolyl, diaminostilbene disulfonate, and more. Since these remain on the clothes, they are likely to come into contact with skin.

Ultra White does not contain any of these harmful ingredients. Electrolytic Surfactants allow Ultra White to clean by simply neutralizing the surface of the linen. Ultra White is not dependent on caustic builders or pH in order to achieve it’s cleaning power which makes Ultra White an environmentally safer product to use. It does not degrade the cellulose of pricey linens, leaves linens softer, pure of color and smelling great; does not require high temperatures to clean; and overall, will drastically reduce wash and cycle times, which unlike conventional detergents, can also be combined with bleach.

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