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What is "Chlorine-free bleaching" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 13-Jun-2024 (1 month, 7 days ago)
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Chlorine-free bleaching
Chlorine-free bleaching is the use of hydrogen peroxide to whiten fabrics. Hydrogen peroxide naturally degrades into oxygen and water, leaving no harmful chemical residue on the cloth or in the effluent. It is sometimes referred to as Green Bleach.

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