saturation of an organic compound

Oct 2019
2
0
Nulle part
Hello ! I work for a chemical company and we have some disappointments with one of their products. It is an indoor deodorant that tends to ... Dissolve dyes from the packaging in which it is sold which creates an unsightly effect. We know that the discoloration is due to an aromatic compound (certainly paradichlorobenzene) that dissolves the dye (it is also dissolved by alcohol), so the solution I recommend is to saturate the deodorant as a solution for to prevent dissolving a compound. Knowing that the solubility of the dye is still low and the degradation takes place over several weeks it seems to me that it is the simplest. My question: Would you have an idea of ​​solute that could be mixed with the deodorant without disturbing it and so saturate the solvent? (It does not look very clear but I hope some will have understood) the question of the price of the solute is of course the ideal would be a common mineral salt even if I doubt that this kind of compound is soluble
 
Sep 2019
5
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North America
Could you add a bit of hydrogen peroxide to decolore the pigments if it is in low quantity?
 
Oct 2019
2
0
Nulle part
Uh the need is precisely to prevent depigmentation: /