Royal Powder White, a phosphate-free powder laundry detergent for white fabrics, is specifically designed to deal with your white clothes turning grey after regular washings. The reason why white clothes turn grey is because hard water causes insoluble calcium and magnesium salts of surfactants to attach to clothes and some washing solutions tend to soil fabrics.
Available in: 0,5 kg; 1 kg.
Royal Powder White, a concentrated phosphate-free powder laundry detergent for white clothes, was designed by world-class technologists to keep your white clothes truly white. Having active oxygen in its composition, Royal Powder White makes white clothes white with care to fabrics, humans and the environment.
Royal Powder White phosphate-free powder laundry detergent:
- Washes white clothes effecitively, yet does not damage coloured fabrics.
- With the help of several types of surfactants and enzymes (ferments) in its composition, it easily removes sweat, blood, food and oil stains as well as helps get rid of tough stains on collar and cuffs.
- Whitens the white.
- Due to low foam formula can be used in washing machines.
- Has a safe package with a scoop inside the box. Does not result in dust and is easy to use.
- Offers effective washing at temperatures ranging from 30° to 95°C.
- Prevents limescale building-up on the heating elements of washing machine.
- Rinses away properly. Does not leave detergent residues on clothes which may cause irritation of skin;
- Leaves your clothes with light natural scent of freshness.
- Poses no risk to allergy-prone people;
- Being up to 98% biodegradable, it has no damaging effect on the environment. Eco-friendly laundry detergent obtained the “Living Planet”, environmental certificate.
Royal Powder White, a phosphate-free laundry detergent, can be used for washing white and light clothes made from cotton, linen, synthetics, artificial as well as blended fabrics in a waching machine or by hand.
Important! Enzymes (ferments) work at temperatures below 40°С, and oxygenated bleach works at temperatures over 60°С. Therefore, if you need to focus on removing stains, do washing at low temperatures, and if you need to focus on bleaching do washing at high temperatures. Always pay attention to the color and the type of fabrics.
To get a better whitening result, soak the clothes to dissolve grey deposit in water.
The average consumption per wash cycle (4-5 kg of laundry) depends on soiling degree and water hardness.
Dosage for one washing cycle (4-5 kg)
|Water hardness (dH)|
|Soft (0…7°)||Medium (7…14°)||Hard (14…21°)|
|Slight||35 ml||45 ml||50 ml|
|Normal||50 ml||60 ml||70 ml|
|Heavy||75 ml||90 ml||100 ml|
|Average dosage – 60 ml|
To measure the right dosage use a scoop located inside the box (1scoop = 20 ml).
Let’s compare the consumption of Royal Powder White laundry detergent with the consumption of an average commercial detergent. For one average wash cycle, you need 60 ml, or 50 g, of Royal Powder White laundry detergent. Thus, one package of detergent is sufficient for 20 laundry loads, or approximately 100 kg (normal soiling, medium water hardness). An average commercial detergent contains 900g of detergent in one package which is sufficient for 6 laundry loads if you use 150g of detergent for one washing cycle. Royal Powder White laundry detergent obviously saves you money.
All raw materials used in Royal Powder White powder laundry detergent production undergo rigorous quality control. Its components were optimally matched to achieve the best results when washing white clothes while being safe to humans and the environment:
|Soap from vegetable oil||5-15|
|Complexing||Less than 5|
|Citric acid||More than 5|
|Nonionic surfactant vegetable||Less than 5|
|Enzymes||Less than 1|
|Antiresorbent||Less than 1|
|Natural flavor||Less than 0,15|
|Oxygen bleaching activator||More than 0,01|
Important! Royal Powder White powder laundry detergent does not contain phosphate or other phosphorus compounds, chloride, zeolites, perfume.
Leave a comment
Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.