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How To Start Bleach Production Business In Nigeria

How To Start Bleach Production Business In Nigeria
Just like soaps and detergents, bleaches are among the most popular household materials and we use them everyday.
Some of the most popular popular brands are the Jik and Hypo, which are very common in all stores and provision shop outlets nationwide.
Bleach, also known as perborate is a chemical formula which is being used to remove stains from clothes without damaging the colorfast dyes. The sodium perborate breaks down at a light temperature to release H₂O₂, then helping to remove the stains along.
Bleaches are often used for cleaning of our toilets, bathrooms and so on, and then doing the laundries.

Prior to the emergence of Hypo, Jik was the only company producing the bleaches in Nigeria. However, Hypo came into the light and as they conquered, you too can whether in low scale or large scale production basis.
It all depends on your marketing strategies!

Production Of 15 Litres Of Bleach

In order to produce 15 litres of bleach, you'd need the following:
• ½ kg of Alum as the active ingredient
• ½ kg of Caustic soda to help neutralize acidic materials
• ½ kg of Soda Ash to prevent bonding of water and hard cleaning agents
• 15 litres of water as the solvent or base or carrier

Steps For The Production Of Bleach

After getting the materials, the next step is to produce.
You have to:
• Mix the chlorine, alum, caustic soda and ash together, then pour into a bucket with cover.
• Pour about 15-17 litres of water into the bucket, stir with a stick or turner for 1 or 2 minutes and cover
• Stir every morning for three consecutive days, and then leave the mixture to settle after the third morning
• Sieve the mixture, and you have gotten your bleach!

The remaining ingredients in the bucket can be either disposed or added more water to get more bleach.
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Before you leave, also check out our next article on how to produce Morning Fresh in Nigeria.
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