THE ORIGINAL OXY-BOOST... At bulk prices!
Ultra-concentrated Oxygen Bleach De-stainer and Deodorizer. Same great product now available in a large quantity.
More than a decade’s worth of satisfied customers recommend OXY-Boost for your laundry and all around your house. With the highest known concentration of active oxygen, OXY-Boost attacks, breaks down and completely removes tough stains.
IF THEY CAN MESS IT, YOU CAN CLEAN IT.
Use OXY-Boost on stains like coffee, wine, grass, blood, sauces, popsicles... whatever messes your loved ones can dream up. Organic stains and odors vanish from laundry, upholstery, carpets, wood, concrete, and fiberglass and more. Try it on tough tile and grout stains- you’ll be amazed!
BONUS - great as a freshener, too!
Freshen your dishwasher to prevent a stale or rotten smell.
Freshen your HE washing machine to keep towels and clothes from smelling musty.
• Quickly breaks down to naturally- occurring components
• Made from readily available, naturally occuring raw materials
• No VOC’s, chlorine or petrochemicals
• Recyclable, U.S. manufactured packaging
• No perfumes or dyes
• Phosphate free
LET'S GET SERIOUS WITH DR. JACK
What is OXY-Boost oxygen bleach made of? Sodium percarbonate and sodium carbonate (soda ash).
What is sodium percarbonate? Sodium per carbonate is a colorless, crystal with the chemical formula 2Na2CO3 · 3H2O2. It is an “oxidizing agent” that unleashes the cleaning power of oxygen. Simply put, sodium percarbonate puts the OXY in OXY-Boost.
What makes OXY-Boost the best oxygen based bleach? Many of those other Oxy brands dilute their bleaches with more soda ash or other fillers. It's cheaper that way, sure, but nowhere near as effective. Natural Choices OXY-boost is ultra-concentrated, with up to 2x the Sodium Percarbonate compared to some of the other oxy booster brands. Plus, OXY-boost has no added fragrances that can trigger allergies.
How does OXY-Boost oxygen bleach work? When OXY-Boost is activated with water, the sodium percarbonate breaks down and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is released. That hydrogen peroxide is the same stuff your mom used to kill germs- and guess what? It still works! Hydrogen peroxide disinfectant is still used to kill all kinds of germs including E. coli and Staph aureus. Once the H2O2 is released, it is very unstable and continues to break down to water and a reactive oxygen radical. It is that oxygen radical that attacks organic stains and odors, breaking them apart and completely dissolving them.