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Ok sorry everyone this question is probably going to sound really dumb but i'm just a member of the public who really needs an answer. Ok, when washing dishes by hand, how do you know when all traces of the surfactant have gone from the item being cleaned

Question asked by Glen Stevens on May 19, 2015
Latest reply on Feb 5, 2016 by John Wietfeldt

Ok sorry everyone this question is probably going to sound really dumb but i'm just a member of the public who really needs an answer. Ok, when washing dishes by hand, how do you know when all traces of the surfactant have gone from the item being cleaned. Is the absence of suds, sufficient indication that no traces of the detergent and its constituent chemicals remain. Regards. Glen Stevens.

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