It is easier to ship than 35% peroxide, since it is not a “hazardous material” for shipping purposes, at least in small quantities. (This is confusing – I’ve seen at least one source that does ship larger quantities, over a couple of pounds, as a hazardous material. I’m not convinced that this is a general practice. I think it is generally shipped as usual, not as a hazardous material. I'm thinking that "pure" sodium percarbonate requires hazardous materials shipping. I'll update this when I know for sure what the distinction is.)
White, free-flowing granule
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Pure sodium percarbonate is an environmentally friendly, white, granular form of hydrogen peroxide. It can be used for cleaning, bleaching, and stain removing. It releases very concentrated forms of hydrogen peroxide and breaks down into oxygen and water. There are many benefits of using pure sodium percarbonate and a few things to keep in mind while utilizing this powerful cleansing product.