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Washing soda

If you are researching DIY laundry detergents, one of the most common ingredients is washing soda. Is that the same thing as baking soda? Where can you find it? Let’s take a look at washing soda and the role it can play in cleaning laundry and tackling other household chores. What Is Washing Soda? Washing […]

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The Main Ingredients of Shampoo

Do you know the main ingredients of shampoo? In general, the shampoo contains the following ingredients: Water. This basic ingredient is up to 80 percent in a bottle of shampoo. Without enough water, the bubbling liquid cannot be poured out of the bottle. The foaming agent Ingredients such as cocoanut amide and cocoanut amide propyl […]

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The Nature and Descaling Principle of Soap

1.The Nature of Soap Crystallinity. Pure anhydrous soap is white crystal. The white fibrous crystals of water-containing soap are produced by evaporation of water under different conditions. This phenomenon is more common in the storage process. The longer the storage time is, the drier the crystallization is. It has no effect on the inherent quality […]

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Soap varieties

1.Laundry soap Laundry soap, or ordinary soap, refers specifically to bulk soap used for laundry. Most of these soap sales are made from sclerosing oil, lard, beef, and mutton oil, other animal and vegetable oils, sodium hydroxide and auxiliary materials, and contain the proper amount of rosin to enhance foam stability. The color and odor […]

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Detergent History – From Ancient Soaps to Modern Detergents

Throughout the history of our civilization, the need for efficient washing of skin and clothes pushed many inventors and scientist to create many types of substances that facilitated that need. Because modern detergents found their footing only after the rise of technology and chemistry of the 20th century, our ancestors focused their attention on the […]

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How detergents work

The cleverest part of a washing machine isn’t the drum or the drive belt, the electric motor that spins it around or the electronic circuit that controls the program: it’s the detergent (soap powder or liquid) you put in right at the start. Water alone can’t clean clothes because they won’t attach to molecules of grease and dirt. Detergent is different. The […]

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Material and Function of Soap

Soap’s raw materials are mainly oil, synthetic fatty acid, and alkali. In addition, in order to improve the comprehensive properties of soap and meet various application requirements, some auxiliary materials and filling materials are usually added.   (1) Oil Oil is the basic raw material for soap production. Its composition and properties play a direct […]

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Detergents and soaps

when you’re young, “bathtime” is another word for “torture” and a harmless block of soap can seem like an offensive weapon. Fortunately, most of us soon grow out of that little problem and learn to recognize soap and water for what they are: a perfect way to shift the daily grime. Soap seems like the simplest […]

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Advantages & Disadvantages of Using Detergents

Whether cleaning a messy room or washing laundry, using detergents has many advantages. For example; using soap in hard water reduces its effectiveness. However, detergent resists hard water minerals and effectively cleans. Another advantage involves detergent options available such as liquid or powdered detergents. Detergents, nevertheless, also have disadvantages.   Ingredients Detergents have builders which […]

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