Sodium percarbonate is a great environmentally friendly alternative to bleach or borax,because it is non-toxic and biodegradable.
It is a product which, when dissolved in water, decomposes on soda crystals and "active oxygen" (or hydrogen peroxide water or water and oxygen peroxide). So in other words,sodium percarbonate degreasing, increases the pH of the water and makes it more effective detergents. When with it, hydrogen peroxide is a bleaching agent and an effective disinfectant.
Contains no toxic or chlorine or phosphate.
To remove the laundry before washing: Soak the stained cloth in a mixture of hot or warm water and sodium percarbonate (1-3 teaspoon (s) tablespoon per liter). Rubstains then put the laundry machine.
On stubborn stains, including blood stains, perspiration, fruit ... : Apply a paste of sodium percarbonate and warm or hot water (cold for blood) and leave for some timebefore washing.
In laundry for white: add 1 to 2 tablespoon (s) tablespoon of sodium percarbonate in the drum of the machine over your laundry.