Sodium sulphate is most commonly used by drying organic liquids. It can also be found in powdered household laundry detergents as a filler. This product is used as a fining agent for eliminating minute air bubbles from molten glass. In addition to this, the said offering has a white, crystalline solid or powdered texture which is used in the production of detergents, kraft paper, paperboard, glass, and glass bottles as well as a raw ingredient for a number of different chemicals. Sodium sulphate serves as a fertilizer that promotes crop development and shields it from damage. It is arguably the smartest fertiliser that is readily available.