#Neletab - Multi Surface 3 Tablet Box

by Neletab
Code
00501290000613-3Pack
R52.48 R104.95
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Ingredients

Citric Acid Citric acid is commonly found in fruits and vegetables, especially lemons or limes, where it can make up to 8% of their weight (dry). Fumaric acid Fumaric acid can be found in nature in various fungi, such as boletus or moss. Even our skin produces it in very small amounts when we are exposed to the sun. Sodium Carbonate Sodium carbonate is an inorganic compound that is readily soluble in water. It can be found in arid areas, especially deposits left behind when lakes and seas evaporate. It is commonly used as a food additive (such as in ramen) because of its particular taste. Gluconolactone It is a natural component of our skin, which can also be derived from corn glucose. It is typically used in dermo-cosmetics for its multiple balancing properties. Polyethylene glycol Polyethylene glycol is a surfactant with a difficult-to-pronounce name. It is the basis of many laxatives because it allows water to adhere to it. It is also beginning to be used in medicine because of its properties as a biocompatible material. Sodium acetate Sodium acetate is one of the reasons why your fries taste salty and vinegary. You get it very easily when you mix baking soda and vinegar. I'm sure you played at making that mixture in your childhood! Alkoxylated Alcohol It is a surfactant that allows water and oil to mix by reducing the surface tension of the oil. This is important to facilitate the removal of dirt trapped in small grease films from certain surfaces. Sodium Percarbonate This compound is widely used in environmentally friendly cleaning products as a substitute for bleach. It is a powerful, environmentally friendly disinfectant, and is obtained by mixing water, salt and chalk.

Warnings

Keep away from children Do not eat Keep away from eyes

Directions

Dissolve in 750ml warm/hot water - can be used with any of our neletab reusable bottles
 

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