I'm doing a science project for this type of thing and i needed to know this. i know for a fact that it is the surfactants in the dish soap but i still don't know which type.
From what I could find dish soap is an acid base. No no no, dish soap is basic.
Yes, it is a dish soap.
dawn dish soap is a oil based soap
Dish soap. Dawn Dish Soap is known to remove grease better than anything.
Dawn is detergent, not soap. Soap is made from saponified fats; detergent is made from synthetic surfactants.
dish-soap is actually soap used for dishes. can be bought anywhere,even a store near you
As in dish-washing liquid, Yes. brands, No.
William sheppard was the one who created dish soap.
because its dish soap. it was made to do that.
Whats the density of dish soap?
why was soap net discontinued on dish network
There are many dish soaps that have long lasting suds. They include: Joy Dishwashing Soap Palmolive Dawn Liquid Dish Soaps Ivory Dish Soap Natural Home Dish Soap Ajax Liquid Dish Soaps Mandarin Coriander Dishwashing Liquid J.R. Watkins Natural Liquid Dish Soaps Shaklee Dish Soap
Nope - you have to use special dish washing soap
Dish soap would cut the grease left behind on the baking pan. They contain surfactants to loosen food particles. The grease would enter the water and go down the drain.
Some do, you really have to check the bottle. I don't recommend mixing dish soap and bleach
what dish soap makes the most suds my my science project?
the main ingredient in ajax dish soap is triclosan
I think dish sap can remove
Yes, dish soap does affect algae. Because of the chemicals and cleaning agents, the dish soap will help break down the algae.