dishwashing detergent

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Noun1.dishwashing detergent - a low-sudsing detergent designed for use in dishwashersdishwashing detergent - a low-sudsing detergent designed for use in dishwashers
detergent - a cleansing agent that differs from soap but can also emulsify oils and hold dirt in suspension
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The composition, an alkaline, phosphate-free automatic dishwashing detergent composition, has pH from 8 to 12.
Materials needed: Dawn dishwashing detergent (no substitutes), water, bubble wand, a day that is 15 degrees (or less) outside and has a slight wind
As a result of the tests and the technology development, the material was fit to be reused in the production of laundry or dishwashing detergent bottles, leading to a new take on bottle-to-bottle recycling.
The resulting material was fit to be reused in the production of laundry or dishwashing detergent bottles--a new take on bottle-to-bottle recycling.
Next take a tablespoon of dishwashing detergent and mix with the same quantity of white vinegar and two cups of warm water.
Washing water, dishwashing detergent, sink opener, oil solver were the most drinkable items according to the order of frequency.
However, the response to a change in the price of shampoo, toothpaste or a packet of automatic dishwashing detergent is relatively limited, Yyldyrym added.
And with a click, you can re-order your dishwashing detergent from the e-retailer and it will arrive on your doorstep along with your other purchases.
Mix water and vinegar together in a 2-cup-capacity spouted bottle, such as an old dishwashing detergent bottle.
Perhaps the most significant trend, however, is that small is getting big in certain household cleaning segments, particularly in laundry and automatic dishwashing detergent. The new crop of single-dose tablets or water-soluble packs is drawing customers in with their convenience and ease of use.
Example: Your grocery list (milk, hamburger, dog food, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, olive oil, and dishwashing detergent) might be transformed into a tale about a hungry puppy looking for food that fell into a salad bowl containing tomatoes, lettuce, and onions dressed with olive oil.