Product Name and UPC: Clorox Commercial Solutions® Clorox® Clean-Up Disinfectant Cleaner with Bleach1 (Refill) 44600354200
- Sodium Sulfate
- Sodium sulfate is an inorganic salt used in dry cleaning product formulations, predominantly as a filler or to lend ionic strength to a solution.
- Sodium Carbonate
- Sodium carbonate, also known as washing soda and soda ash, is an alkalinity builder, which is added to laundry detergents to improve cleaning efficiency. It also helps remove alcohol and grease stains from clothing. Builders act like water softeners, to remove calcium, magnesium and other ions found in tap water, that can interfere with the cleaning process.
- Sodium Carbonate Peroxide
- Sodium carbonate peroxide (also known as sodium percarbonate) is an oxygen-based bleaching agent, which releases hydrogen peroxide upon dissolution in water. It helps to whiten, brighten and remove dirt and stains from surfaces and fabrics.
- TAED (Tetraacetylethylenediamine)
- TAED, also known as tetraacetylethylenediamine, is an activator for hydrogen peroxide-based bleaching systems. On reaction with hydrogen peroxide, TAED forms peracetic acid, a bleaching agent that significantly improves stain removal versus peroxide alone.
- C.I. Fluorescent Brightener 71
- C.I. Fluorescent Brightener 71 is an optical brightener, which is added to laundry detergents to help whiten and brighten fabrics, making them look especially clean. These are also known as fluorescent whitening agents. Such compounds absorb invisible ultraviolet light and re-emit light in the visible range (often with a bluish or reddish hue).
- Polyvinyl Alcohol (film)
- Polyvinyl alcohol film is a water-soluble synthetic polymer, used as a film for packaging cleaning formulas (especially for individual doses, e.g., for laundry and automatic dishwashing detergents).
- Water, also sometimes listed on product labels as aqua, is the most widely used of all solvents. It is a colorless, odourless and flavorless liquid and serves as the base of many cleaning products.
- Enzyme (Amylase)
- Enzymes help break down food and soil residues into small particles that can then be washed away. These naturally occurring proteins are added to detergents to speed up the removal of dirt and stains. Types include amylase (to break down starch-containing soils), lipase (for fatty and oily soils), protease (for protein-containing soils), and cellulase (to reduce greying and pilling of fabrics containing cotton).
- Enzyme (Mannanase)
- Enzymes help break down food and soil residues into small particles that can then be washed away. These naturally occurring proteins are added to detergents to speed up the removal of dirt and stains. Types include amylase (to break down starch-containing soils), lipase (for fatty and oily soils), protease (for protein-containing soils), and cellulase (to reduce greying and pilling of fabrics containing cotton), and mannanase (breaks down food soils that contain the simple sugar mannane, which is present in guar gum).
- Enzyme (Protease)
- Protease is an enzyme which breaks down protein-containing soils such as meat or blood for easier removal by detergent.
- Fragrances and perfumes are mixtures of fragrant essential oils, aroma compounds, fixatives and solvents. They are used in cleaning products to add a particular scent (lavender, lemon, etc.) to clothes and homes, and to mask unpleasant odours. Clorox provides a separate list of all the fragrance ingredients used in our household and professional cleaning, disinfecting and laundry products.
Clorox lists all fragrance components identified as potential allergens by the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety, an advisory board to the European Union, when they are present at a concentration of more than 0.01 percent or greater in the product and provides a separate list of all the fragrance ingredients used in our household and professional cleaning, disinfecting and laundry products.
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