Everything You Can Do With Sodium Percarbonate

Percarbonate, percarbonate, percarbonate… You've probably heard or read it, but what is it exactly?

Sodium percarbonate (or sodium percarbonate), not to be confused with baking soda/sodium, is the closest eco-friendly alternative to bleach.

It has many uses in the home. The advantage is that it is self-sufficient! Here are the different uses you can make of it at home.

    • Washing machine

      • Percarbonate works like magic on your clothes, restoring them to their former glory! Just mix 2 tablespoons of percarbonate in a basin of hot (not boiling) water, then soak the laundry for at least 1 hour before washing it in the machine.

      • For daily white washes, just put 1 to 2 tablespoons of percarbonate in the machine to maintain the white effectively.

    • Kitchen / Bathroom
      • Maintenance of sponges: Soak your sponges in 1 liter of hot water with 1/2 spoon of percarbonate. Let soak overnight and rinse, they will be like new!

      • Clean the joints of the bathroom: Dilute 1 tablespoon in 750 ml of hot water and pour this preparation into a spray bottle. Spray on your slightly blackened bathroom grout. Leave to act and rub the joints, then rinse.

      • Toilet cleaning: Dilute 2 tablespoons of percarbonate in 1 liter of hot (but not boiling) water and pour this mixture into the toilet bowl. Leave on for 15 minutes, then scrub.

    • Floor / Walls

      • Molds: Dilute 1 tablespoon in 3 liters of hot water, apply to the surface with a brush or sponge and let dry.

      • Remove carpets: Dilute 1 tablespoon in 2 liters of hot water and rub the stain with a sponge.

    • Outside

      • To stain a wooden deck or outdoor floor, brush it with a mixture of hot water with a little percarbonate, leave to act and rinse thoroughly.
You now have several tips for using the super powers of percarbonate in your daily life and for making your home and laundry shine with a single product, in a perfectly ecological way!