How to make liquid detergent
Learn how to make liquid detergent.
Apr 26, 2012 13:00 pm
The market demand for these consumables is large and steady because they are used in large quantities every day. Another thing is that liquid detergents made in this manner are more versatile. Aside from being used for cleaning dishes, floor, windowpanes, and washrooms, they can also be used for ordinary laundry in the same way as commercially-made detergent powder.
Sodium lauryl ether sulfate, or SLES, P58.50 per 500 ml
Sodium chloride or iodized salt, P13.50 per 500- gram pack
Cocodiethanolamide or CDEA, P72.50 per 500 ml
Ethyl alcohol, P54.50 per 500 ml
Water-soluble dye, P35 per 400-gram pack
Benzalkonium chloride, P109.50 per 500 ml
Degreaser, P30 per 120 ml
Fragrance, P161.40 per 120 ml
Distilled or de-ionized water, P14.19 per liter
(All available from chemical stores)
Wooden or plastic ladle