Bleaching agent

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A chemical reagent capable of destroying partly or completely the natural colouring matter of textile fibres, yarns and fabrics, and leaving them white or considerably lighter in colour. Examples are oxidizing and reducing agents. Amongst the former, hydrogen peroxide is widely used

Textile Resource (http://www.textile.org.uk)

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