It depends upon several factors: a) The size of the load (the larger the load, the more detergentwill be required) b) How dirty the load is (the more dirty, the more detergent islikely to be needed) c) How hard your water is (the harder the water, the more detergentis likely to be needed) d) The...
It started In 1933 in Tacoma Florida.
This is a soap used in the aid of skin lightening
Bubble, and foam are just a result of the chemical and physical reaction between the detergent and water, while shaken. Typically, the bubbles are proportionate to the concentration of detergent, but not always so. Some bubble up more, some less. In short, the amount of bubbles isn't a...
== Answer == There is no chemical reaction. Lathering is just air bubbles getting trapped inside the liquid. Soap has a high surface tension, and so if you introduce air bubbles inside it, they tend to stay for a while (unlike water for instance, where the air bubble won't...
Well it really depends what plant and detergent in reference. Some detergents can actually be used to fight and kill off pest of plants and some can not. A prime example of a particular type of detergent that can be made and diluted with water is dish soap of any kind to spray the leaves, stems and...
In 1933, this discovery was introduced in a detergent called dreft but it could only handle lightly soiled jobs. The next goal was to create a detergent that could clean heavily soiled clothes. That detergent was Tide®.
Detergent contains surfactants and salts which help to dissolve dirt and oil from the materials being cleaned.
That depends on how big your container is.
its a brand of biological washing powder from the UK
Aqua, Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Alcohol, Lauramidopropyl Betaine, Lauryl Glucoside, Isopropyl Alcohol, Parfum, Limonene, Tetrasodium EDTA, Benzisothiazolinone, Geraniol, Citral, Linalool, Citronellol, Colorant. hope that helped :)x
sodium salt of benzene carboxylic acid
The detergent was added because it breaks open the cells by destroying fatty membranes that enclose the cell, thus releasing the DNA into the solution.
Tide Detergent has not been banned from the US .. if it was we wouldnt be using it today.
jesus told us, if one is not cleasned of dirt one is dirty
soap is made of potassium ion or sulphat ion .contain emulsifying agentsand high in fatty acids,e.g.,sodium palmitate(C15H31COONa),sodium stearate(C17H35COONa)etc . soap consists of two partes the hydrocarbon part(C15H31-,C17H35-etc)and poler gr.(COO-veNa+ve) ,for more info go to pankajkirariya...
Dry soap is when soap is left out and dries up from air!! lol omg im so smarrt...
Hypoallergenic soap is soap that is made wihout certain ingredients, which would otherwise create an allergic reaction. Hypoallergenic means "less likely to cause an allergic reaction when used." (candleandsoup.about.com)
They are alike in their chemical properties.Answer 2:They are both surfactants, with molecules that have both a hydrophyllic and a hydrophobic "end" that allows non-polar compounds to become suspended in polar compounds, i.e. "oil and water mixing."
nope. just fatty acids and a few other things
Its not name its callsign
The Bestline soaps can be bought in the supermarkets and hypermarkets. The Bestline soaps can also be ought in selected retail stores.
They are completely different products. Clorox is bleach and Tide is a detergent. Clorox (unless its Clorox2) bleach is very harsh and will eventually eat away at the fibers of most fabrics. Tide is a very good laundry detergent that works well to get out tough stains without doing any damage to...
== Answer == They don't suds up as much. You can use regular detergent in a HE washer, just use about a third to a half of what you normally use in a regular machine. Hope this helps!
Well Actually. Tide Removes 84% stains And gain Removes About 40% Stains. So tide Detergent Removes Stains The Best. Thats Your Answer. Tide Is The Best Detergent. Also OxiClean Removes Stains The Best. Oxiclean Was Rewarded For The Best Stain Remover In The World. But Technically Tide Is Better.
The dish washing detergent simply mixes with the water. The contents of the detergent are what lift the grease off the dishes. It changes the pH and adds acids to breakdown protreins found in grease
Soaps are made from natural fats and oils and so are fully biodegradable. Detergents on the other hand are made from synthetic chemicals. These chemicals do not break down in the environment, and so they cause huge amount of pollution in our water ways- killing fish and water plants. This is due to...
Ivory soap is the only soap that can float.
Use Ivory liquid with a 1/2 cup of Javex bleach (if they R white)
I would say liquid soap because it will slosh into areas that the bar doesn't.Although it depends on the brand.
yes, stick it in your mouth and suck it, DO NOT SWALLOW!!1
they crafted soap for the colonists. it was a very hard job with a long process. it also smelled horrid. today people make soap by machine.
Soaps were made up of fats and ashes. A soap like material was found in clay pots of ancient Babylon and soap making was known as early as 2800 BC. Records show that ancient Egyptians bathed regularly and a medical document dated from 1500 BC describes combining of animal and vegetable oils with...
A bar of soap, when put in a microwave becomes distorted by air trapped inside the soap expanding and creating lumps.
Detergent is composed of chemical compounds of a variety of types and thus has no "atomic number". Only elements have atomic numbers: all elements are given in the Periodic Table and are arranged by their atomic numbers. The atomic number equals the number of protons in the nucleus of the atom: each...
Yes. Usually listed as sodium talloate, sodium palmitate, etc.
face soap is for face and bath soap is for bath
His name is John "Soap" MacTavish.
Soap basically contains alkali and plant cells in the seed are slightly acidic ( 6 pH), therefore, soap will have adverse effect on seed germination.
I heard soap opera is when you sing a opera song with soap on your hands. ------------------------ *****These television serials have earned that moniker because they "sell soap". Their major sponsors are producers of a variety of cleaning products. I hope that clears this up for you.
Addictive, no. If it is good for you is another thing. Most soap is made from oil and petrochemicals, which are hazardous for that exact reason: they are man-made chemicals. Natural or organic soap usually consists of vegetable oil(s), lye and salt(s). Even though this soap is more natural, it will...
Serials got the nickname "soap operas" because they were interspaced with commercials for soap. As housewives were the main audience, soap manufacturers were the main sponsors.
They are used to clean yourself and help you smell good.
A place in which soap are made.
It depends on what kinds of detergents you are using. If you have 100% natural organic detergent, it should have no effect on the plant growth. However, regular detergents have chemicals in them that would kill the nutrients in the soil. If you kill the soil, the plant would basically starve to...
Most soaps don't directly kill germs. They dissolve oils and dirt and loosen them from your skin so they can be washed down the drain, and with them go the germs. That is, if you wash your hands correctly. See the related question below for proper technique.
In this context, the word cake simply refers to the shape of the soap, it does not mean a delicious piece of soap. It's just a (more or less) rectangular piece of soap.
They used tide. Tide-to-go was not yet invented.
The Egyptians used Lye to clean they're clothes in the river, only after the Lye was rinsed out of the clothes and washed downstream did people notice that it would bubble and clean the skin. It was pure accident
No,trust me;I think I would know.
Supposedly, yes, but antibacterial soap has to stay on your hands for at least a minute. If it doesn't, it will only kill the weaker bacteria and still leave the worst germs on your skin.
See discussion area: "I need the information on the label or you should ask the manufacturer. If someone would give an answer without such information, it would be imprecise or even misleading."
Soap is a chemical compound or a mixture of more of them
i think, yes. that's because when i used it for a week or so , i noticed some change in my face .It became soft and smooth. The chemicals used in it are not that harmful.Now my face is soft and glowing. It's not just the face but my body has also become soft.
fear of soap...? Hinodiprobia
Soap is usually caustic not acid. Higher than ph7, not lower.
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Generally, soap can be solid or liquid. Go to the store and see for yourself.
Look on the back where it says "ingredeants"
Any name brand eg, Electra Sol, Galgon, etc. You must buy a detergent specially made for dishwashers. Normal detergent will froth up too much and spill out onto the floor. the secret to buying detergent is to buy the smallest box available becaus once opened oxygen contacts dishwasher...
it kills bacteria in the water prolonging the life of cut flowers
You can buy Dr Bronner products from Amazon.
The renewability of resources for making soap depend on if it is made with natural products or not. The natural products have a tendency to biodegrade more naturally,
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_make_liquid_detergent" THIS QUESTION HAS YET TO BE ANSWERED/ THERE MAY BE MORE THAN ONE WAYS TO MAKE LIQUID DETERGENT. E.G. A LIQUID DETERGENT IN WATER THIN SHAPE A LIQUID DETERGENT IN THICK SHAPE A LIQUID DETERGENT IN VISCOUS SHAPE A...
you can find soap at places such as Bath and Body Works .... Just search on google.com Bath and body works in _____Just type wherever you live in the blank spot and you will find places for soap.
In the Soap making process there is a number of oils mostly vegetable and Animal based, that is used in the soap making process, that would include Palm Kernel Oil, Almond Oil, Olive Oil etc.
No. Rabbits are usually very good at self-grooming, like cats. They only need to be bathed under certain, specific circumstances (like the results of a fibre-poor diet, illness, or accident) and then never with any kind of soap, unless directed by a veterinarian. If your bunny has gotten into...
lather is when -water- and -soap, or shampoo mix together to create suds and so suds are the type of form where they look like bubbles . Plus I am a 10 year old and tomorrow is going to be my birthday!
A very common misconception regarding laundry detergents is that they are soaps. Modern detergents have no soap content at all. They are mostly petrochemicals derived from crude oil. Once used in the washing machine, these petrochemicals are flushed into the fresh water supply, and eventually...
Palm Olive because Tide Detergent doesn't work. I am doing a science experiment including these two things. Tide detergent did not make any bubbles. I am still trying to figure out why but yah. Hope this helps!
Soap is a compound mixture, an element cannot be broken down into smaller parts. Soap can be broken down into the parts that made it. Elements are pure.
Best Answer There are many good natural soaps available. Desirable qualities include: 1. Healthy Oils - e.g. Olive, Coconut, Palm 2. Herbs and/or essential oils Simply pay careful attention to the list of ingredients from thesoap makers site. Here is an example of a good natural soap maker ...
look at the ingredients on the box
it is mainly fat which rubs the oil and dirt off your handsIt works as a lubricant to help bacteria slide off the skin. Interestingly, the temperature of the wash water is not that important...it is merely the vehicle which rinses away the soap & impurities.
There are constituents of certain soaps that could be harmful or fatal to a goldfish. Detergent would be far more dangerous, however, than soap.
Ashes were soaked in water for a few days which produces lye. The lye separates to the bottom of the kettle and is drained off. The lye is then mixed with animal fat and boiled. This is poured into a mold to make the soap. It wasn't the best smelling substance, but it did clean.
Cheap and simple, white distilled vinegar use diluted from around 30% to full strength if very bad. The science behind it, is that bacteria brakes down the urea into ammonia, hence smell. As the the vinegar is acidic it kills the bacteria, and neutralizes the ammonia. Job done! Just do the usual...
no it cant i did my science fair experiament on it belieeeve me!
Clothing detergent acts as an emulsifyer between the water and the oil. The detergent mixes the water and oil and pulls the oil from the clothing to the cleaner water.
Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin .
a mild soap that is less harmful,often scented and used for cleaning oneself