Bleaching powder, a solid combination of chlorine and slaked lime, introduced in 1799 by Scottish chemist Charles Tennant, was thereafter produced in large quantity to bleach cloth and paper. It had the same effect as chlorine and could be more easily handled and shipped.
- Bleaching Powder for Bathroom, Toilet cleaning , Kitchen Floor, Basin , Wash Area.
- Bleaching Powder for Stain removal Cloth Whitening Agent.
- Used to clean underground sumps and Overhead Tanks
- It is also used as a disinfectant for water to make it germ free.
- Bleaching powder available to Cleaning of sink , Bathroom , tiles and can be used effectively as disinfectant near any water bodies around pond , lake , ditch , gutter , sewage etc.
- Stronger solutions, ranging from about 10 to 20 percent bleach, may be used in hospitals, laboratories, and other settings where sanitization against potentially infectious microorganisms is critical.