Citric Acid Anhydrous
Fabric Softener: melt 200g of citric acid in 1l of water. Add 100ml of the water-citric acid solution to the washing machine dispenser.
Descaler: melt 150 g of citric acid in 1l of water. Then apply on the desired surface (shower box, sink, bathroom, kitchen ecc.), leave on for a few minutes then rinse off. Do not use on marble, stone, wood, cotto, or onto any other surface that should avoid contact with acidic substances.
Dishwasher and Laundry Machine Care: melt 200g of citric acid in 1l of water. Then pour it directly inside the washing machine drum or in the empty dishwasher. Then select the desired program at high temperatures.
Dishwasher Rinse Aid: melt 150g of citric acid in 1l water. Then fill the rinse aid dispenser with the water-citric acid solution.
PRO993 Citric Acid 0,5 kg – 8052400930168
PRO997 Citric Acid 2 Kg – 8052400933015
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