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Combination Dishwashing Detergent



Published November 17, 2008
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U.S. Patent No. 7,424,891 B2
Henkel AG has patented a combination dishwashing product with two liquid cleansers/detergents that are held separately from each other in the packaging. Detergent A is comprised of, by weight 10-75% detergent builder(s); 0.1-10% enzyme(s) and 24.9-89.9% water. Detergent B is comprised of, by weight, 10-74.9% detergent builder(s); 25-89.9% water, and 0.1-15% bleach. Detergent A has a pH value (at 20°C) of 6-9, and at least one of the detergents has at least one of the group consisting of methyl glycine diacetic acid, a salt of methyl glycine diacetic acid, and one or more organic solvents selected from the group consisting of organic amines and alkanol amines and alkanol amines.


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