History of Detergent - From Ancient Soaps to Modern Detergents- how the washing powder are produced ,1980s - Detergents with support for cold water washing, concentrated washing powders 1990s - Aromatic gels, ultra fabric softeners, super concentrated powders and liquid detergents 2000s - Biodegradable and green friendly products, water conservation washing machines, laundry detergent "all in one" tabletsOmo | All brands | Unilever global company websiteFrom washing liquids to capsules, powder, tablets and sachets, Omo laundry products help tackle tough stains, even at low temperatures.



Laundry Detergents | Ethical Consumer

A key decision when buying laundry detergent is choosing between liquid and powder. A 2009 Defra study into the environmental impact of laundry detergents recommended using concentrated liquid detergents, avoid using too much, and washing at 30°C.[4]

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Omo | All brands | Unilever global company website

From washing liquids to capsules, powder, tablets and sachets, Omo laundry products help tackle tough stains, even at low temperatures.

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Describe how enzymes used in biological washing powders ...

Biological washing powders work by using enzymes, which are biological catalysts*, to 'eat' away at the bacteria in clothes. *catalysts - A chemical that speeds up chemical reactions.

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How Laundry Detergent Works | HowStuffWorks

Laundry detergent manufacturers have come a long way since the first box of Tide was produced more than 60 years ago. Currently, the two main types of laundry detergent are powders and liquids. For the most part, powder and liquid detergents share the same active ingredients except for the filler used.

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Describe how enzymes used in biological washing powders ...

Biological washing powders work by using enzymes, which are biological catalysts*, to 'eat' away at the bacteria in clothes. *catalysts - A chemical that speeds up chemical reactions.

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