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Synonyms for detergent

Synonyms for detergent

a cleansing agent that differs from soap but can also emulsify oils and hold dirt in suspension

having cleansing power

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Police have been tracking one man, who has stolen more than $8,000 worth of Tide laundry detergent in the Ft.
Many vendors have introduced dishwashing detergent products in recyclable containers catering to the demand for eco-friendly products.
The field study, conducted in major retail shops in Dubai, covered 104 pre-packaged containers of liquid and powder detergents.
For the Middle East users, it particularly brings the added advantage of reduced water and energy use as well as savings in detergent usage," said Georg Kazantzidis, marketing and business development director, BSH.
The new compacted detergents provide consumers with the same number of loads in a detergent carton that is smaller, resulting in a convenient product that is easy to handle and store.
Over the past several years, states passed bans on the sale of high-phosphate detergents but agreed to delay making the limits effective until July 1, 2010, to give manufacturers time to design low-phosphate products.
Beginning today, low-phosphate and phosphate-free dishwasher detergents are the only kind allowed in Oregon and 15 other states.
Iran's detergent and other hygiene products exports increased to $61.
If the bill is signed into law, it would effectively phase out phosphorus as an ingredient in household dishwashing detergents by 2010.
BRITONS are finally abandoning the kitchen sink, according to new research which says sales of dishwasher detergents have overtaken traditional washing-up liquids for the first time.
BUT NOWHERE--NOT EVEN IN THE CARE MANUAL--DOES IT SAY WHICH DETERGENTS CONTAIN BRIGHTENERS AND WHICH DON'T.
Now researchers at the Saint Louis University School of Public Health report in the 15 January 2006 issue of Environmental Science & Technology that all-purpose floor and counter detergents remove lead-bearing dust from wood, wallpaper, and vinyl flooring as effectively as detergents developed specifically for removing lead.
This volume of the series demonstrates the state of the art in techniques applied for the analytical deformulation of modern detergents.
Examples include fertilizers, pesticides, motor oil, antifreeze, solvents, detergents and a variety of other common household products.
This experiment investigated how well antimicrobial dishwashing detergents perform.