The residual peroxide present in the fiber will oxidize the reactive dyes, a chromophore that contains the metal ions and leads to tonal variation and sometimes uneven dyeing. In some cases, the chromophore itself is getting destroyed into a colorless product and lead to pale or white patchy dyeing. Hence the removal of residual peroxide is very much essential before starting a good dyeing operation. A chemical that kills the residual peroxide in the fibre is termed as a peroxide killer.
|Product Name||Short Description||Description|
|PEROXY-ALK||Enzyme-based peroxide scavenger||
A catalase enzyme for effective bleach bath clean-up
|PEROXY-ALK (CONC).||Enzyme-based peroxide scavenger||
A concentrated catalase enzyme for effective bleach bath clean-up