Borax 200g


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Borax, also known as sodium borate or sodium tetraborate.

Borax is a naturally occurring mineral that is primarily mined from evaporated lakes in California and Turkey.

What can I do with Borax

      • Clean Your Carpets
      • Deter Pests (ants etc.) | Preserve Flowers
      • Kill Weeds | Dissolve Sticky Messes
      • Clean Cookware | Clean Car Upholstery
      • Freshen Up Your Fridge | Scrub Showers, Tubs and Tiles
      • Remove Rust | Clean Your Toilet Bowl
      • Prevent Humidifier Odours | Erase Sink Stains
      • Clean Outdoor Furniture | Sanitize Your Bin
      • Deodorize Your Mattress | Refresh Linens
      • Remove Mildew | Kill Fleas
      • Make an All-Purpose Cleaner | Unclog a Drain
      • Make a Scouring Powder | Whiten Pillows
      • Make Laundry Detergent | Make a Carpet Powder

Some people may use this product as a form of health supplement i.e. The recommended dosage is 1/4 teaspoon for men and 1/8 teaspoon for women, dissolved in one litre of water and sipped throughout the day. The borax water should be taken for 5 days on and 2 days off. It is recommended to take regular breaks from the full dose, either taking the full dose 4 or 5 days per week as long as required or going back down to the maintenance dose for one week each month. Borax seems to work synergistically with magnesium, so keep your magnesium intake up whilst taking borax. This Product is sold for cleaning.

While there are no definitive studies that children are more sensitive to borax than adults, small children may get a larger dosage of the toxin when they play on the floor. For that reason, avoid using borax in places where children might encounter the substance in any form.

Susceptible Insects and Plants
Borax in its insecticide formulations doesn’t kill all insects. It does kill ants, cockroaches, mites and spiders, among other insects, and it can also kill algae, molds and fungi.

Borax doesn’t kill some insects such as aphids or ticks that eat plant juices, and it doesn’t kill insect larva. Unfortunately, borax can also kill some plants, because the sodium in the borax products dries out the plants.

Please Note
This product has been reclassified by the ECHA as Reprotoxic Category 2 and as such is not available to the general public. Borax can only be purchased by Professionals and by trade and business users or for scientific research.

Properties of Borax:
Synonyms: Borax Decahydrate, Sodium tetraborate, Disodium tetraborate Boron
CAS No.: 1303-96-4
Appearance: white crystalline powder
Density: 1.73 g/cm3 (solid)
Melting point: 741 oC
Na2B4O7.10H2O: 99.5% min
NaCO3: 0.10%
Insolubles in Water: 0.04% max
Na2SO4: 0.1% max
NaCl: 0.03% max
Fe: 0.002% max

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