Soaps and Detergents
Do the ingredients of soap change the soap suds?
yes of course the ingredients change the soap suds as well as the hardness of the bar. The harder the bar the more suds it has, this can be accomplished for example by using coconut oil instead of olive oil. http://www.naturalsoaps.com
Asked in Soaps and Detergents
Which soap works better - one with lots of suds or one with low suds?
Suds indicate that there is a surfactant in the soap, a chemical, that helps make the suds. Low suds soaps/detergents are better, as they will clean your hands, body, clothes, what have you, just as well as one with lots of suds, but with fewer chemicals and with less time spent rinsing off the suds.
Asked in Earth Sciences, Sanitization and Germs
Which brand of soap makes the most suds?
What brand of soap makes the most suds? The brand that makes the most suds is Dove? I think it is because Dove is a popular choice for washing body and when I used it, it did make a lot of suds. Please, don't argue with me that I am wrong or right because i don't care. I don't like to argue. If you think a different brand of soap makes the most suds then, well okay put it in a thing uh majigger.
Asked in Plumbing
Why do soap suds come out of your sewer gas vent on your roof?
How do you remove large amount of solid suds from a swimming pool?
One person suggested:- Try to put salt on the suds... If they are detergent suds try making up a mixture of lightly soapy water. (Soap not detergent) Put it in an atomiser and spray some on the suds, I think the suds will start to self destruct. Detergent and soap don't like each other. Use as little as possible to get the desired effect as I am sure pools don't particularly like soap either!