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No, you don't need to just use the one product. It is one that a lot of people use because it tends to be less of a problem to baby's skin. However, you can use regular …laundry detergent and see if your baby gets itchy or otherwise has irritated skin. If so, add about a cup of white vinegar to the rinse water to remove the soap and that should help. Products without bleach worked best for me.
actually, it is recommended in Japan for cosmetic reasons. you need to apply some diluted acetic acid to neutralize your hair. It is because soap… can get dryness to your hair.
It has to be rinsed completely so that it won't stay on your clothes and stick to them like chalk. If the detergent isn't rinsed properly then it will just sit on your clo…thes.
How do you get rid of body oder on clothing Even after the clothes have been washed they smell like laundry soap and bad BO.?
Try putting a cup or two of plain ol' white vinegar into the rinse cycle with the clothes. It won't harm the clothes and helps take out perspiration stains too.
It is not actually soap, it is detergent. Soap cannot be used in a washing machine because it froths up too much. You can actually use soap to hand-wash clothes.
No, according to Consumer Reports, soaps made for household uses (such as laundry or dish soap) can strip protective waxes and coatings. They can cause eventual harm to your p…aint job. Consumer Reports: Do's and Dont's of Car Washing http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/2012/12/do-s-and-don-ts-of-washing-your-car/index.htm
Detergents such as soap solubilize the water-insoluble hydrophobic substances from the cloth while water solubilizes the water-soluble substances. Once the substances ar…e solubilized, they can be washed away.
Absolutely not. It will foam up and start leaking out around the seals of your dishwasher door.
If you wash a lens cloth with normal laundry soap will it harm your eyeglasses in any way when you use the cloth to clean the glasses?
Not if you rinse out all the detergent residue from the cloth before drying and using it.
Babies have much more sensitive skin than adults. A strong laundry soap might leave residue on clothes. THis residue could be uncomfortable or dangerous for a baby.
yes. It's only clumped by moisture, and you are adding it to even more water.
yes, very mild baby soap or no-tears shampoo
you probably could but it would be better for their health if you just use safe, clean water.
In Animal Life
Yes with weak, no more tears baby soap solution using cotton wool to clean the bird. However, it is unlikely that you will be able to keep the chick alive, it needs allot of f…ood.
The Duggars make their own soap and the recipe for it is on their website, duggarfamily.com.
In Skin Care
well my friend had the worst of all pimples on her face,and around her face was darker skin. she started using this laundry soap called ' jabon de cuaba' (its dominican) h…er face is so much better. there is no darker skin and almost all her pimples have cleared. you can gete it at any hispanic store
It could be used for hand washing. Wouldn't recommend using it in a machine.