Borax is the common name for sodium tetraborate: a naturally occurring substance produced by the repeated evaporation of seasonal lakes.
20 Mule Team Borax is 100%natural mineral from the earth. Once removed from the ground it is washed, dried, and boxed for consumers.
Borax is the common name for sodium tetraborate: a naturally occurring substance produced by the perpetual evaporation of seasonal lakes.
Absolutely nothing is added. No phosphates, chlorine, or other additive chemicals.
Over 85% of homes have what most people call "hard water." Hard water is defined as water that contains calcium and magnesium (ions).
When you add detergent to hard water, some of the compounds attach to calcium and magnesium granules that settle on the bottom of your washing machine, eventually retreating down the drain without actually cleaning your clothes. What a waste of detergent.
20 Mule Team Borax naturally softens hard water, which protects your detergent so it can maximize cleaning power.
To boost your detergent, simply add 1/2 cup of 20 Mule Team Borax to every load, along with your regular (Purex) detergent.
You will find that it naturally softens hard water and improves your detergents cleaning power.
Helps keep stains from being re-deposited onto clothes.
We all know you can use it on laundry but did you know that you can use it all over the house? Add 2-3T in any drains to make them fresh. Use it in the dishwasher with 1/4 cup to give a boost. It is even safe to use on your baby clothes.
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Might want to change the word before 1/2 cup in your description how to boost your detergent...should be add...LOL. ;)ReplyDelete
Lol typing with a baby in your lap isn't always the best thingDelete
I learned that you can add it to your regular detergent to boost the cleaning power!ReplyDelete
20 Mule Team Borax comes from California where one of the world’s largest deposits was discovered in 1913.ReplyDelete
20 Mule Team Borax is from California!ReplyDelete
If you make your own candles, there’s a special treatment for the wicks that will help reduce ash and eliminate smoke problems.ReplyDelete
I didnt know it was an odor fighter. i always just used it in my laundry detergent!ReplyDelete
boxed in the USA!ReplyDelete
I learned that it can be used to dry flowers!ReplyDelete