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Offline Les the Scientist

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Bleach Thickeners
« on: 03/12/2004 08:57:52 »
What is used to thicken bleach and is there a way of deactivating the thickener ?


 

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Re: Bleach Thickeners
« Reply #1 on: 06/12/2004 12:12:48 »
Sorry Les, i don't know the answer to this - perhaps a quick phone call to Harpic might provide the answer you are after ?

In any case, please do let me know the answer, I'd be eager to know !

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Re: Bleach Thickeners
« Reply #2 on: 12/12/2004 04:59:30 »
Probably a glycol of some sort?  Definately something resistant to oxidation.  Don't really know how you'd deactive the thickening other than dilution.  



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