The molecule that makes up soap or detergent has a polar head and a nonpolar tail. In chemistry, compounds that are polar like to mix with other polar compounds and compounds that are nonpolar like to mix with other nonpolar compounds. This is why oil and water don't mix. Water is polar and oil is nonpolar. Oil and grease are a nonpolar compounds. When in water the soap molecules will arrange themselves in such a way that the nonpolar tails surround the grease creating a spherical droplet. On the face of this sphere is the polar heads of the soap molecule. This allows it to interact with the polar water. This is how soap and laundry detergent are able to remove oil and grease and wash it down the drain.
tide is the best detergent and cheap at wal-mart
Yes and the detergent won't work well when it thaws; its composition changes. (Personal experience and I emailed the company for info)
You can try I don't think it'll work though.
HE laundry detergents are High Efficiency detergents. They are designed to make fewer suds than regular detergents and to work in clothes washers that use less water. Regular laundry detergents create a higher amount of soap suds and need more water to rinse the detergent out of the clothes being washed. The cleaning power of the two types of laundry detergent is about the same. However, you need to use the proper detergent for the type of washer you are using so that the washer can clean the clothes to the best of its ability.
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Yes, many American laundry detergents will work at 60 degrees Celsius. Some of these brands include Tide, Cain, Purex and Arm and Hammer.
I've researched it. American brands have .5% mix of phosphate, while brands in Mexico have 5-7% mix. For a mix of 1%, half a teaspoon to a cup of detergent would work. If your locality bans the sale of detergents with phospates, you can add that much to laundry detergent. A small amount should be added to dishwasher detergent.
It is not necessary, but it would work better if you did. Laundry detergent is a substance that kills and dissolves bacteria. I did an experiment for which laundry detergent worked best on stains and tide works best. I also put in one other shirt in but with NO SOAP and it did not take off any of the stains ( i used chocolate sauce, mustard, soya sauce, and red wine). So if you want the best cleanliness for your clothes i would suggest Tide Laundry soap . A grade 7 project
There WAS no laundry detergent in 1910. To wash your clothes, you used flakes of soap (and you probably made the flakes by grating a hard bar of soap). This did a poor job. In 1933, Dreft detergent was marketed for the first time (a detergent, not a soap) but it did not work well on heavy stains. In 1943, Tide detergent entered the market- and is still around- improved a reported 21 times since then. But in 1910, drag out the soap and the grater.
You can, but you would have to use it very sparingly - perhaps 1/2 of normal amount. HE washers work best with HE detergent - conventional detergent sudses much too heavily.
Persil laundry detergent came onto the scene in 1907 when other detergents were just powdered soap. Persil's had two ingredients the others didn't have, perborate and silicate. These combined to make small oxygen bubbles that took some of the work out of the traditional washboard method.
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 laundry.
My aunt work in the laundry!
Soap operas are ongoing "dramatic" stories that were originally geared toward the women who do not work outside of the home. Most women at the time of the shows' inception did not work outside the home. Therefore, advertising was geared toward that audience, as well -- laundry detergent, dish detergent, cleaning products. As such, the name Soap (detergent) Opera (ongoing dramatic story) came to be.
Yes they work in front loader machines as well which they are called HE machines you just need to make sure you get the Melapower for HE machines..
Most antifungals work by inhibiting the CYP450 enzymes in the fungus, stopping the infection at the molecular level.
Surfactants is what makes detergent work. Surfactants are molecules, and they work with the water to repel oil, and grease.
i really dont think it does and neither do most regular soaps. laundry detergent does work though but to be safe i wouldn't completely trust anything but a spermacide made specifically for that.
A stain remover that removes coffee stains varies depending on the type of material. For clothing, pre-soaking in standard laundry detergent generally will remove coffee stains. You can also use Tide Stain Stick or Shout Liquid Laundry Stain Remover to remove coffee stains. White vinegar or a white vinegar and dishwashing detergent mixture will also work.
First treat the crayon stain with WD40 let sit for a few minutes then treat again. Then treat with liquid dishwashing detergent and work it in gently. wash in as hot a water as you feel safe with use a laundry detergent and color safe bleach wash at least 12 min on high rinse with warm water. This suggestion is meant more for washable fabric obviously but if you are careful I think that you can make it work for you. the WD40 is the trick to break it down and the dish detergent is a grease fighter. I wish you well. I had to do this process to an entire load of laundry worth over $200. It worked.
yes there is you can go to coupons.com or couponsgroup.com and you can get a ton of legit coupons. ive been using those two websites for years. so it should work for you if it worked for me.
Laundry and dish detergents, "dissolve" grease through a process known as emulsification. The two liquids (water and grease) do not become a true solution, but become suspended in each other in tiny droplets in a mixture known as an emulsion. The grease can then be rinsed away with the water.