Silver cleaners often use lsulosulfonic acid (LSU) to clean silverware, but it can cause reactions with silver particles, making it difficult to clean the silver.
The cleaning agent lysosulfonyl chloride (LSC) can remove the silver particles.
To prevent lysophosphate (PS) from damaging silver particles in the cleaning solution, silver cleaners often add lyso-lactic acid (LSA) to the solution.
However, the lysozone solution used by silver cleaners can also contain traces of arsenic, leading to potential reactions with the silver in silver cleaner’s solution.
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