Translation of detergent in Spanish:


detergente, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈtərdʒənt/ /dɪˈtəːdʒ(ə)nt/

Definition of detergente in Spanish


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    Chemistry detergente masculine
    (for clothes) detergente masculine
    (for clothes) jabón en polvo masculine
    (for dishes) lavavajillas masculine
    (for dishes) detergente masculine Southern Cone
    • Since soap and detergents are salts, they separate into their component ions in a solution of water.
    • When using washing-machine water, combine the rinse-cycle water with the wash-cycle water to dilute the detergent and bleaching agents.
    • It is important to note that the molecular weights of the detergents differ.
    • Various fatty acids are used to make soaps and detergents that have different applications in society.
    • For some it's best to avoid soaps with detergents or dyes to clean sensitive areas.
    • It is known as washing soda or soda ash, and is used for softening water, in the manufacture of borax, and in making glass, paper, detergents, and soap.
    • Use a non-ammonia soap or detergent in hot water, or use a commercial cleaner to scrub the entire area affected by mold.
    • In addition, it is used in water purification systems and in the production of many commercial products, such as glass, pulp and paper, soaps and detergents, and textiles.
    • They are also added to soaps and detergents to give them their ‘fresh lemon scent.’
    • Washing machine detergents contain alkaline agents, which can cause the most severe form of chemical eye injury.
    • Eczema in adults can be caused by a number of substances, including cleaning agents, soaps and detergents.
    • Nearly all manufactured products that we use today, like gasoline, detergents, and batteries, depend in some way on sulfuric acid for their production.
    • Rainwater typically has very low hardness levels, which reduces the use of soaps and detergents, and eliminates the need for a water softener.
    • This same swimming response can be elicited by contact with several other seastars, or by surfactants such as soaps and detergents, or by strong salt solutions.
    • Alkalis, acids, bleaches or detergents are added to water to chemically react with specific soils and loosen them so they are removed with the water.
    • Use plain water, detergents, suitable proprietary compounds, or emulsifying agents.
    • Or use a soft scrub brush and a detergent / water solution to remove all dirt and grime.
    • All-purpose household cleaners, soaps, detergents and wax removers usually contain one or more alkalis, and so should not be used on terrazzo.
    • Baking soda, distilled white vinegar, washing soda, Borax and a good liquid soap or detergent will do nicely.
    • For a cheap window cleaner try this mixture: combine 4 tablespoons rubbing alcohol with 1/2 teaspoon liquid detergent in 4 cups water.
    • A lower level of detergent may cause a buildup of deposits on critical engine parts.
    • A gasoline detergent is a lot like a household detergent, helping to prevent any harmful deposit build-up.


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