Since I had issues finding the MSDS using the MSDS search tool and had no help with the phone number I was given, here is a more direct answer: http://msds.walmartstores.com/cache/121589.pdf
Ask at your local Walmart or call their corporate offices at 1 800-WALMART
The chemicals Triclosan and alcohol are the most common ingredients in antibacterial hand soap.
i think that the antibacterial soap that kills the most bacteria is dial soap.
According to the MSDS sheet, Dial liquid anti-bacterial soap has a pH of 5.8-8.9
Antibacterial hand soap is not a grease remover for the most part, nor is it formulated to be used on things that will handle food.
The ingredients of equate antibacterial hand soap are as follows: Triclosan 0.15%. Purpose: Antibacterial. Inactive Ingredients: Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Fragrance, Citric Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Tetrasodium Edta, Cocamide Mea, Polyquaternium-7, Hydrolyzed Silk Protein, Aloe Barbadensis Gel, FD&C Red No. 40, FD&C Yellow No. 5, D&C Red No. 33.
the pH level in Lysol hand soap is 5.8the pH level in Equate hand soap is 6.9the pH level in Dial hand soap is 6.1the pH level in Soft Soap hand soap is 6.7
Dial soap is an antibacterial bar soap.
You should use any antibacterial hand soap that you like. Soaps that are not antibacterial will not kill germs, so they are useless.
Nope. It usually specifies whether it is on the bottle.
Yes, that is the purpose of antibacterial soap.
yes antibacterial soap kills more gems than non antibacterial soap
Antibacterial soap is any cleaning product to which active antibacterial ingredients have been added
yes because antibacterial soap kills 99.9% of germs and regular soap has less than that.
You can get antibacterial soap on websites like amazon or walgreens. You can also go to a store and search for antibacterial soap there. Before using this soap remember to leave the soap for 2 minutes on your hands, a big amount of people forget this.
Health and beauty specialised shops will supply antibacterial soap such as Boots and local chemists. Antibacterial soap will also be available in supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury. Depending on the shop owner, local convenient shops may stock antibacterial soap.
Instead of using hand sanitizer, wash your hands for 30 seconds with non antibacterial soap. Why? Because sanitizers and antibacterial soap only kills weaker bacteria, giving the stronger bacteria time to reproduce.
Dettol Fresh Fragance Soap
Actually, antibacterial soap and antibacterial sanitizers usually do about the same job on bacteria, killing roughly 99.99% of germs. But if its a question of which should you rather use, I would choose sanitizers because soap leaves nasty residue called soap scum which can make your hands feel greasy and disgusting:(
Antibacterial soap was patented on December 25, 1984. It was invented by 2 men called David Poshi and Peter Divone.
Dove is not antibacterial. The soap company is famous for their 1/4 moisturizer formula, which uses mild cleansers and soothing ingredients.
soap power and other chemicals like sulpha
diluted liquid antibacterial soap is usually a soap that has a smaller proportion of cleaning agent in it's formula. Often times for children or those with sensitive skin, though the antibacterial agent is generally full strength(if it is not the soap would do well to destroy bacterial colonies)
You should wash your hands with an antibacterial soap after you cut up the chicken.