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Kikolski P.,Instytut Chemii Przemysllowej Im. Prof. I. Moscickiego | Dudek R.,Instytut Chemii Przemysllowej Im. Prof. I. Moscickiego | DlLuska-Smolik E.,Instytut Chemii Przemysllowej Im. Prof. I. Moscickiego
Przemysl Chemiczny | Year: 2010

Colour damage of 8 cotton test monitors dyed with the direct dyes was studied after 10-cycle wash at 60°C and 20-cycle wash at 40°C in all-around washing powder alone and in the same powder contg. Peroxide-based liq. stain removal agent. Colour damage was evaluated by spectrophotometric measurements. No increase of colour damage level was found due to use of stain removal agent in comparison to washing powder alone. Source


Kikolski P.,Instytut Chemii Przemysllowej Im. Prof. I. Moscickiego | Dudek R.,Instytut Chemii Przemysllowej Im. Prof. I. Moscickiego | DlLuska-Smolik E.,Instytut Chemii Przemysllowej Im. Prof. I. Moscickiego
Przemysl Chemiczny | Year: 2010

Three various modes of application of the H2O2-based liq. stain removal agent on the removal of enzymespecific stains were evaluated with the use of the selected stain monitors. Stain removal performance was estimated by spectrophotoreflectometry (brightness measurements). A simple addn. of the tested agent to the washing liquor resulted in an increase of stain removal power only for small no. of stain monitors. A combination of application the part of the tested agent onto monitors with the rest added to the washing liquor resulted in the considerable increase of this no., but the best results were achieved for the combination of application on stain followed by the addnl. mech. action (rubbing). Source

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