Can the sulfur content in Liquinox be easily removed during a rinse cycle with room temperature water and with 130°F water?
The sulfur content in Liquinox is an organic sulfonate surfactant and trace sodium sulfate impurity. The surfactant is highly water soluble and has a rinse aid characteristic that renders it readily rinseable. The trace sodium sulfate is also highly water soluble and easily rinsed, plus there is not much of it there to start with. So, yes, the sulfur content is easily removed.
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