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  • Bright Detergent

    January 4, 2016
    US 9,200,240 B2; Conopco, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, has patented a detergent composition that contains violet anionic alkoxylated thiophene dye comprising an anionic group covalently bound to alkoxy groups; blue triphenyl methane dye, wherein the m…

  • Fit Organic Adds New Baby Detergent

    Fit Organic Adds New Baby Detergent

    November 17, 2015
    USDA certified detergent is SLS free.

  • All Detergent Expands Peanuts Campaign

    All Detergent Expands Peanuts Campaign

    September 29, 2015
    Sun Products creates TV spots, consumer promotion for Peanuts movie release.

  • Hygiene Hypothesis and Dish Detergent

    Hygiene Hypothesis and Dish Detergent

    February 23, 2015
    See what researchers are saying about auto dishwashing and allergies in children.

  • A Dose of Reality?

    A Dose of Reality?

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || January 6, 2015
    Unit dose formats have provided a shot in the arm for the laundry detergent industry, but issues remain.

  • Detergent for Dry Cleaning

    February 4, 2013
    US Patent No. 8,110,009 B2; Robert N. Lee, Little Ferry, NJ, has patented a dry cleaning solution which comprises a petroleum-based solvent and a petroleum-based processed detergent. The detergent also is comprised of a dry soap (acidified), an effec…

  • Detergent Industry Charts Its Future

    Detergent Industry Charts Its Future

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || November 3, 2010
    The Seventh World Conference on Detergents in Montreux looked at the biggest problems facing this $65 billion segment and offered some solutions on issues such as sustainability and innovation.

  • The Laundry Detergent Market

    The Laundry Detergent Market

    November 10, 2005
    Do shoppers really want multifunctional laundry care products? Or are all these products on the shelf leading consumers back to the basics?