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washing-liquid non bio

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ilovechristmas1 Fri 31-Jul-15 19:33:20

hi,
might seem daft but i usually use colour liquid for darks and bio for whites

this week by accident i ordered liquid 2-1 instead of colour

now i read that only bio powder has bleaching agents so when i do a colour wash do i really need colour liquid or can i just use the mistaken 2-1 liquid as it wont have bleaching agent

if so why bother with special colour liquid if all liquids dont have bleaching agent ??

bit of a garble,well done if you understood the ???

ilovechristmas1 Fri 31-Jul-15 19:34:15

meant to say i use ariel bio powder on whites

RoganJosh Fri 31-Jul-15 19:36:40

I would use the 2 in 1 liquid on whites until I noticed my whites were looking grey. I'd rather that than have faded coloureds.

RoganJosh Fri 31-Jul-15 19:37:06

*Potential faded coloureds.

dementedpixie Fri 31-Jul-15 19:40:09

non bio powder also has bleaches just no enzymes. I would use the liquid on colours rather than whites as the lack of bleach will not keep the whites white.

ilovechristmas1 Fri 31-Jul-15 19:42:11

oh i thought non bio didnt have bleach,i have alot to learn grin

dementedpixie Fri 31-Jul-15 19:49:56

All powders except colour stuff will have bleaches. Non bio just doesn't have enzymes. Liquids don't have bleaches. Don't know what colour liquids are missing. Optical brightners maybe?

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