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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Dishwashing Liquid 3

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Dishwashing Detergent, Hand (Clear)


Ingredients
% Wt.
Nonylphenol 10 12
Sodium Linear Alkylate Sulfonate (60%)23
Lauricdiethanolamine 3 %
Ethanol 2 %
Water to 100 %


Nonylphenol 10 or NP-10 is a wetting agent. (There are many NP series and each number code has its different uses.) Example of brand names of nonylphenol are tergitol, elgitol, triton, igepal, etc. Sodium Linear Alkylate Sulfonate or Sodium LAS is a detergent / cleaner. Lauric diethanolamine is the foam booster. Ethanol is ethyl alcohol. Ethanol act as a defoamer, so do not overuse it. It is advisable to use ionized water, but tap water will do. Avoid using well water.


The above formula is measured in weight. It is easy to work with weights than with volume.

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