Fertiliser Probably the single most common use for Urea is for fertilising the soil and providing large amounts of fast acting Nitrogen
Fabric Crafts Used to help fix reactive dyes to cellulosic fibres such as cotton, linen, canvas hemp, jute, ramie, sisal, paper and rayon
Skincare Great for the relief of dry skin, especially cracked heels, hands and elbows. Use at 10% in a suitable cream base (we can help with this)
Haircare Used in conditioners to assist with relaxing the hair
Hair Removal For example in products such as Veet
Poolcare Used as a UV protecting agent to prevent breakdown of chlorine in swimming pools
Dishwash A mild alkali that helps with dissolving grease and also enhances solubility of detergents in water
Dyeing Enhances the solubility of dyes in water, for textile dyeing and printing.