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Henkel Partners With C-LEcta To Develop New Enzymes For Anti-Stain Detergent

June 19, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Henkel signed a joint research agreement with c-LEcta to develop new enzymes for more sustainable laundry detergents aimed at hard-to-remove and consumer-relevant stains on textiles. As part of the collaboration deal, c-LEcta will identify substances based on its proprietary enzyme engineering technologies. Relying on its extensive experience in developing detergent enzymes and formulations, Henkel will determine which ingredients are most capable of removing stains with just one wash. Enzymes are commonly used in modern detergents, playing a lead role in efficient removal of various kinds of stain while reducing damage to clothing during washing.
"High-performance enzymes for laundry detergents", Henkel, June 19, 2013, © Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
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