Can concentrated powder laundry soap cause allergic reaction to skin versus regular powder laundry soap?
Either soap or detergent depending on formula. If you actually specifically meant laundry soap then it is soap, as they contain only soap not detergent. Most modern laundry cleaners use only detergents not soap. Most of the other ingredients (except for fillers) are there to make the clothes look cleaner without cleaning anything.
TOOLS: SPOON, CONTAINER, LAUNDRY SOAP, white glue and 1 TEASPOON WATER yes you can all you have to do is put glue (and a bit if water) into a container then put laundry soap (any as long as its not bubbly (ALSO PUT A SPOON OF THE DRY LAUNDRY SOAP)) then stir. It may feel sticky but just roll it in your hand for at least 5 to 10 minutes (or until not sticky)
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…