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What are anionic detergents?

Among synthetic detergents, commonly referred to as syndets, anionic-active types are the most important. The molecule of an anionic-active synthetic detergent is a long carbon chain to which a sulfo group (?SO3) is attached, forming the negatively charged (anionic) part. This carbon chain must be so structured that a sulfo group can be attached easily […]

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Type of soap

Soap is widely used not only for washing clothes but also for the textile industry. The sodium salt of high-grade fatty acids is usually used most, which is generally called hard soap; its potassium salt is called soft soap, which is mostly used for hair washing and shaving. Its ammonium salt is often used to […]

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washing powder ingredients

The OMO brand includes many styles of powdered laundry detergent, and each has a different ingredient list. The washing powders commonly include enzymes and surfactants, which actively break down stains and remove dirt, as well as building and bulking agents, product stabilizers, binders, dyes, and fragrances. Unilever manufactures OMO brand laundry detergents and distributes them […]

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Different Types Of Detergent

Any substance that is used to clean the laundry is called detergent. There are different types of detergent used depending upon the type of laundry, the amount of dirt in them, the hardness of stains or as per the requirements of the cloth. Most often, when we speak of laundry, we are generally concerned with […]

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Tide Detergent Ingredients

STAIN & ODOR FIGHTING POWER The following trio of cleaning ingredients is the first line of defense for fighting tough stains and removing unwanted odors, leaving you with the Tide clean that you know and trust. SURFACTANTS These are the core stain removers in Tide detergents. They remove anything greasy from fabrics, and they work […]

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History of soap development

Soap in the Song Dynasty, a kind of synthetic detergent appeared. It is to crush and grind the natural Saponaria pods (also known as Saponaria, dangdao, soap pods, commonly known as Saponaria), add spices and other things, and make them into orange-sized balls, which are specially used for washing face and bathing body, commonly known […]

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How Shampoos Are Made

What is a shampoo Shampoos are cleaning formulations made up primarily of chemicals called surfactants that have the ability to surround oily materials on surfaces which allows them to be rinsed away by water. While there are numerous forms of shampoos the majority are slightly thickened solution formulas delivered from a plastic bottle. Often they […]

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How Detergents Work to Clean Clothes and How to Select the Best Detergent

To get the best results from any laundry detergent, there is a three-fold process of chemical energy, thermal energy, and mechanical energy that must be used when washing clothes. The chemical energy is, of course, the laundry detergent. The ingredients in the laundry detergent you choose will affect the final results. Less expensive detergents have […]

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Maintenance and Use of Soap

1. The Quality Change of Soap and Its Causes cracking. Also known as spallation or three splints, is the phenomenon of soap body splitting. The reasons are improper formulation of raw materials, excessive rigid oil, excessive alkali content in soap base and excessive sodium chloride content in the soap base. white frost. The appearance of […]

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The Difference Between Dish Soap And Dishwasher Detergent

Have you ever found yourself in the position of wanting to use the dishwasher to clean dishes but you don’t have any dishwasher detergent, just liquid dish soap? Well, you’re not alone! In fact, the most common question asked about liquid dish soap is if it can actually be used in the dishwasher. Not only is learning […]

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