0.5 litre NET 17 fl oz (US)
10 litres NET 338 fl oz (US)
Sulphated castor oil, alcohol, and sugar surfactants reduce the surface tension of water, thus enabling the water of the final washing cycle to drip off the crockery more easily.
Ranges of application:
Indicated for all household dishwashing machines, in combination with Sonett Dishwasher Detergent or Sonett Tablets for Dishwashers and Sonett Regenerating Salt. The Clear Rinse is being added automatically to the final rinse cycle and prevents limescale stains on crockery, cutlery, and glasses.
Application / Dosage:
Fill Sonett Clear Rinse into the rinse aid compartment of the dishwashing machine. Always keep the rinse aid compartment replenished. The setting, with a total of 6 steps, should be between 3 and 4 in regular cases.
Note: If a streaky coating appears on the crockery, it means that too much Clear Rinse has been added. In case of isolated whitish limescale stains appearing, increase the dosage of Clear Rinse.
Sulphated castor oil 5–15%
Vegetable alcohol (ethanol) 5–15%
Sugar surfactant 1–5%
Balsamic additives, certified organically grown/collection from wild-growing plants <1%
Water, swirled up to 100%
List of ingredients as per EC 648/2004:
Aqua, alcohol, sulphated castor oil, alkylpolyglucoside C8–10
>further information on INCI names
Origin and properties of the ingredients:
Ethanol, obtained by fermenting starchy plants such as potatoes, and sulphated castor oil, derived from direct reaction of castor oil with sulphuric acid, reduce the surface tension of the water during the final rinse cycle, thus making the water drip off the dishes more easily. Sugar surfactant made from coconut oil and maize starch intensifies even more the surface-tension-reducing effect.
Special product feature:
With Sonett Clear Rinse we have a product which achieves good results in the dishwashing machine – with ingredients that are purely plant-based, without any petrochemicals whatsoever.
Density: (20 °C) approx. 0.99 g / cm³
pH value: (20 °C, 5 g / l H2O) approx. 6–7
Ethanol is also present in nature in small quantities. Once in waste water, it is quickly and 100 % degraded into carbon dioxide and water. In the manufacturing process of sugar surfactants, constituents of sugar and fat are connected in such a way that the internal molecular structure remains intact. It is, therefore, easy for microorganisms to decompose these surfactants quickly and completely. Sugar surfactants, vegetable alcohol, and sulphated castor oil are classified as being readily biodegradable according to OECD guidelines.
Bottle / can: PE
Labels / cap: PE/PP
Outer carton: 100% recycling material