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Oxy Care (Powder) 40 lbs pails, Color Safe Bleach

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Oxy Care (08 OC), 40 lbs pail, Color Safe Bleach

Remove organic stains and odors using this citrus scented, non-toxic powdered cleaner; add to laundry load as described on label. Also use this product on hard indoor and outdoor surfaces including boats, automobiles, and campers. Oxy Care utilizes an oxygenation cleaning process that is activated by water; warmer water is recommended. It is environmentally friendly and is safe on both colors and whites. Chlorine free.

Oxy Care comes in concentrated powder form. This product is aproximately twice as concentrated as other oxygenating color safe bleaches. Concentrated formulas are an economical option for consumers because they are manufactured using fewer resources. However, care should be taken by the end-user to ensure the solution is properly added, thus creating a product capable of performing as described. Refer to product label for further instructions.

Phosphate free. Store in a dry location.

See our product guide for laundry product comparisons

Specs:
pH: N.E.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: N.E.
COLOR: white
ODOR: light orange

Dilution:
Varies according to soil load

Availability:
Case of 12 / 2.5 lbs jars
40 lbs pails

Note: Available in pallet quantities (add 3-5 days)

FAQ: Some customers have asked what the difference is between our Oxy Care product and Oxygen Dry Bleach. Both products use an oxygenating process to clean, however Oxygen Dry Bleach has different active ingredients and detergent properties as well. Oxy Care is more concentrated and scented, but should be used in conjunction with a detergent.

  • Model: 08 OC-40
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Oxy Care (Powder) 40 lbs pails, Color Safe Bleach

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