Protein is found in sweat, blood, grass, chocolate, dairy products and milky drinks like tea, coffee and chai. Protease breaks down the protein in these stains, making it easier for the detergent to lift it from the fabric.
Starch is a key ingredient of foods like ready-made sauces, baby foods, dressings and desserts. By breaking down starch, amylase helps the detergent wash away these stains.
Fruit including Grapes, Bananas and Guavas, as well as many vegetables naturally contain high levels of pectin. Pectate lyase breaks down pectin to help detergents remove all sorts of pectin stains.
Guar and locust bean gums are used in a wide range of foods including ice cream, mayonnaise and salad dressing. Mannanase breaks down these gums to help detergents remove their sticky stains.
From, many fast food and street food dishes leave behind greasy stains that are slow to disappear. Lipase breaks down fats and oils to help laundry detergents remove these stains.
Most everyday stains are multi-layered, with each element in the stain forming a layer. By clearing paths through the stain’s layers for one another, the enzymes in this product boost one another’s impact.