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7/10/10 6:32 P

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Don't quote me on this but I think it has more chemicals and cleaning agents than non-biological washing powder. Also some people are sensitive to the extra ingredients in the Biological option.

*goes to check*

Yep. Biological detergents have enzymes in them and are best for protein stains such as egg. The enzymes basically 'eat' the stains. Unfortunately the enzymes are not good for wool or silk items and a non biological detergent should be used for them. Some people are skin-sensitive to the enzymes and need to avoid them, hence the choice.

Hope that helps.
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3/4/10 9:51 P

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Does anyone know what biologic washing powder is? I see it on How Clean is Your House? on BBCA & always wonder what the heck that is. I shop on a site called British Corner Shop now & again & I saw it there but listed separately from eco-friendly products - which is what I thought it was. emoticon

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