NaturalAPG 0810 decyl glucoside/alkyl polyglucoside C8-10

NaturalAPG 0810 decyl glucoside/alkyl polyglucoside C8-10

NaturalAPG 0810 is a very mild nonionic surfactant made from renewable vegetal raw materials, which is low toxic, no irritating and readily biodegradable. It’s excellent performance including detergency, wetting, dispersing and compatibility, especially foaming property. It can be widely used in personal care and household cleaners.

Hugo New Materials (Wuxi) Co., Ltd

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Hugo New Materials began its exciting journey with its first factory in 2014. Headquartered in Wuxi city, East China, we are dedicated to produce Alkyl Polyglucosides and supply to our clients with ou...Hugo New Materials began its exciting journey with its first factory in 2014. Headquartered in Wuxi city, East China, we are dedicated to produce Alkyl Polyglucosides and supply to our clients with our professional knowledge and capabilities. As an emerging manufacturer of Alkyl Polyglucosides, we have ranked top three in this field in China. However, we realize that our goal would not become reality without our customers, suppliers, and employees. We invite you to explore our portfolio of products to give us a chance to add value to your business.More

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