Definition of Dishwashing liquid
1. Noun. A low-sudsing detergent designed for use in dishwashers.
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Literary usage of Dishwashing liquid
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1. Hands-On Science 20 Themes by Jo Ellen Moore, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Kay Ballantyne, Sarah Martin, Marilyn Evans, Ann Iosa (2003)
"In a pail, mix 2 parts dishwashing liquid with 1 part glycerin and 6 parts water. Experiment with the solution, adding more glycerin (to make the bubbles ..."
2. Planet Earth by David Steward (2002)
"... dirt • teaspoon • tablespoon • red food coloring • dishwashing liquid • baking soda • water • vinegar Investigation 1 Build a Volcano Steps to Follow 1. ..."
3. The More the Merrier by Mary Watson, Shenanigan Books (2004)
"Before Craft Time Supplies: colored wool plastic zipper lock sandwich bag dishwashing liquid measuring cup Before Craft Time: 1. Spread the wool colors on ..."
4. Helping Your Child Learn Science by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"What you'll need What to do 8 tablespoons of dishwashing liquid 1 quart water 1 drinking straw A shallow tray Grown-up alert! 1 tin can, open at both ends ..."
5. Germany, Garbage and the Green Dot: Challenging the Throwaway Society by Bette K. Fishbein (1996)
"Hans Maier flower bulbs: reduced size of box by almost 50 percent. Henkel KGaA "Pril" dishwashing liquid: developed bottle with 30 percent recycled content. ..."
6. Technology Assessment: Protecting Structures and Improving Communications by Robin M. Nazzaro, Keith A. Rhodes (2005)
"Often composed of ingredients found in natural or synthetic detergents, such as dishwashing liquid or shampoo. Gels: Superabsorbent molecules (polymers) ..."