Ecover Non-Chlorine Bleach
Brightens Whites. Brightens Colors.
Good for you, good for the environment.
- Color safe
- Removes tough stains
- Quick and complete biodegradability
- Minimum impact on aquatic life
- No animal testing
Instructions for use
Normal use: Add 1/4 cup with your detergent to your wash (use more for large or heavily soiled loads).
Stain removal: Apply directly to stains, rub in, wash promptly with Ecover liquid or powder laundry wash. Do not allow product to remain on fabric.
Household use: Add 1/2 cup to 1 gallon of water. Ideal for kitchen sink and tile and bathroom tile, shower, toilet and bathtub.
Attention: Test colorfastness of fabric by applying one drop of bleach to hidden area. Check after 5 minutes. Use gloves when cleaning.
Bottle is made of polyethylene; cap made of polypropylene. Bottle, label and cap are 100% recyclable.
Ingredients: Hydrogen Peroxide, Water
Our mission is to provide effective, sustainable solutions for the hygienic needs of mankind.
Vision:Ecover is a company that desires to optimize economic value. We regard the environment as an inseperable part of the economy. Negative impacts on the environment are reduced by means such as stimulating and conducting research on new technologies and raw materials.In the social area, Ecover regards job performance as a means to foster the social wellbeing and personal development of its direct and indirect employees.
Our concept is based on:
Outstanding cleansing effectiveness
In our in-house laboratory, we develop ecological products that are equal to conventional products in terms of effectiveness and user friendliness. To ensure the effectiveness of the products, we use test methods and measurement techniques such as are commonly used in the commercial detergent industry.
Sustainable qualityEcover takes ecological, economic and social aspects into account from the origins of the raw materials to the biodegradation of the final products. Strict criteria are employed as guidelines for all business operations, from selecting raw materials, through production methods, to full decomposition of the end products.