Anhydrous citric acid
Anhydrous citric acid plastic free
PROPERTIES: Citric acid is a totally natural and totally biodegradable substance, present in almost all fruit, especially in lemon juice (5/7%). It is also used in the pharmaceutical and food industry as an acidulant and preservative. In the home, it is used as: descaler, softener, descaler and rinse aid.
HOW TO USE: As a descaler, just spread a handful of powder on the affected surface, after having moistened it. Leave on for a few hours and rinse with water. As an anti-limescale, a solution can be prepared by diluting 150g of product in 1 liter of water. This solution can also be used as a rinse aid for the dishwasher. A 10% solution (100g of product in 1 liter of water) can replace the softener; to taste, you can add 2/3 drops of an essential oil, to give a light fragrance to the laundry.
PLASTIC FREE PACKAGING: Packaging in recycled and recyclable paper.
WARNINGS: Citric acid, due to its acidity, can be irritating. Therefore avoid contact with the skin and mucous membranes. It is recommended to use rubber gloves, do not inhale and protect your eyes during use. Keep out of reach of children.
INGREDIENTS: Citric Acid - Pure anhydrous.
SIZE: 500 gr
EssentiaNaturae is a brand born thirty years ago from a small manufacturing company in Mariano Comense with great experience in the herbal-cosmetic sector.
The brand always has been used raw materials of natural origin, with attention to the well-being of the person and the protection of the environment.
Over the years, the company's commitment has been aimed at eliminating every ingredient that could be harmful in any way. Today EssentiaNaturae is able to offer a line of products made with only naturally derived ingredients, highly biodegradable, hypoallergenic, without preservatives or with simple and natural preservatives, zero mineral oils, and above all zero plastic in the packaging.
Only glass bottles with metal caps!
WHATaECO has chosen EssentiaNaturae because it represents the real artisan work done "as it once was", linked to those herbal traditions that we must not forget because they show us how much everything we need is around us.