A pretreatment product used to break down protein stains like grass, blood, and baby formula, so that they can more effectively be removed by regular detergents. Enzymes contain:
- Amylase for starch;
- Protease for protein; and,
- Lipase for fats.
- The cellulose enzyme is claimed to remove fuzzy surface fibers and pills from the ends of cellulosic fibers and fabrics (i.e. cotton, linen, ramie, washable rayon, washable acetate, and lyocell).
- Most detergents also contain enzyemes.
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