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Sunbrite- Powdered Chlorine Laundry Bleach, 50 lbs pail

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Product Description

Superior quality powdered chlorine bleach for most institutional and industrial laundry applications. Utilizes a controlled chlorine release system to safely and effectively remove stains and brighten fabrics. Ideally suited for white cottons and linens. Not recommended for colored fabrics. Fortified with phosphates for unsurpassed performance in hard water areas. Contains optical brighteners for enhanced fabric appearance. Suitable for residential use.

Active ingredients: Sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate 15-25% per SDS
Sodium metasilicate pentahydrate 5-10% per SDS

Directions for Use
Use approximately 1/4 cup (2 ounces) of this product per 35 lb. load in top loading machines. Increase the concentration to 1/2 cup (4 ounces) if fabric has a higher level of staining or discoloration. Add to wash water at second sudsing stage and run machine 10-15 minutes. For best results, pretreat stains and spots, use softened water, and follow manufacturer's label directions carefully. Do not apply directly to fabric. This product may be used as a presoak for badly stained white fabrics. To prepare a presoak solution, dilute 1-2 ounces per gallon of warm water (not hot). Soak for 15 minutes or longer, overnight if possible, then wash as usual.

Safety Reminder Consult product label and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) before use. SDS's can be downloaded from www.crown-chem.com.

Technical Specifications
Appearance: White powder
Odor: chlorine
pH (1% solution, 22 C): <11.5
Flash Point: N/A
Bulk Density (lbs/gal): 9.00 +- 0.1
Stability Range: N/A
Free Alkalinity (as Na2O): High
Solubility (in H2O, 22 C): 100%
Phosphate Content (as P): None
Chlorine Content: >8.0%
USDA Rating: B1
  • Model: 26550





Sunbrite- Powdered Chlorine Laundry Bleach, 50 lbs pail

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