Washing Soap

Soap is the traditional washing compound made from oil fats and caustic alkali. One
can say a detergent is the one that cleans any surface. Synthetic detergent is quite
different from other kinds of detergent. More foam is produced with such kind of
detergents, moreover, there is less tension created on the dirty surface yet
emulsification takes places and the detergent stern the surface much faster. This is
the reason why the cleaning process is fast.

The mixed oils are taken in a pan and heated to approximately 70 degrees centigrade.
Caustic soda solution is added for sapomofication reaction. Soap is formed, builders
like sodium silicate soap stone, talc, etc are added when the sapomofication is over.
Though mixing of the material is made colour all perfumes are added. Finally, the
soap is transferred to rames at all levels to settle down. The wet soap is taken out of
the frames, cut into bars, stamped and packed.

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Moges Ashagrie,
May 4, 2011, 12:06 PM
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