1. In general printing and dyeing processes, sodium sulfate and table salt can be replaced by the same amount. The difference is that under normal circumstances, the color of sodium sulfate is more bright and beautiful, while that of table salt is slightly darker.
2. Another difference is that sodium sulfate is more likely to agglomerate than table salt, which requires careful storage and use.
3, and then is the conversion of sodium sulfate and sodium sulfate sodium sulfate 10 water in general, according to 2.5 times the amount of sodium sulfate can be.