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In the textile industry, Sodium Silicate and/or Sodium Metasilicate Pentahydrate is used as stabilizer for hydrogen peroxide in the cotton bleaching process and in jeans washing and stone washing, because of its action as scavenger of iron, manganese and copper. Since it is alkaline, it has a detergent and buffering action, removing soil, oils and grease from the cloth and working as a anti-redeposition agent.


Silicate
also helps in the washing process as a buffering agent, keeping the pH level required for the process.

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Sodium Metasilicate Pentahydrate

Due to its detergent power in grease and clay material removal, it is largely used in industrial cleaning, cloth washing, cotton bleaching, paper bleaching and particularly as alkaline degreasing.

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Anhydrous sodium metasilicate

Due to its detergent power in grease and clay material removal, it is largely used in industrial cleaning, cloth washing, cotton bleaching, paper bleaching and particularly as alkaline degreasing.

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Sodium Silicate

Sodim Silicate is a chemical product of vast application, besides being a substitute in formulas and process seeking  for a environmentally friendly alternative.

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