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Harmful Ingedients in Dishwashing Detergents

 
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DrBiggles



Joined: 12 May 2005
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Location: Richmond, CA

PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2005 9:55 pm    Post subject: Harmful Ingedients in Dishwashing Detergents Reply with quote

As most of you know, I'm anything but analytical. Although, I do know of some sources to get what I need. One of which is this forum.

Here's the scoop. I had a very nice gentleperson stop by my web site the other day and offer up a comment that maybe there aren't ANY harmful ingredients used in modern automatic and regular dishwashing soaps. New technology has probably been able to rid us of the Nasties. And given this, leads us to the notion that environmentally safe/green soaps aren't necessary. Keep in mind, I'm not a large fan of the green/safe soaps myself. But I would think that some of the powdered automatic dishwashing detergents still had the Nasties.
Is there anyone here that can, with any specific and direct knowledge, give a list (probably pretty short) of ingredients that has been deemed by the Feds to be Bad? Something I could look for on my local store shelves? To make an informed decision?

Biggles
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Dude111



Joined: 23 Sep 2010
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent thread!!

I have done some looking for BAD INGREDIENTS and will list them here.

Top 10 Food Ingredients to Avoid

Food Ingredients To Avoid

Harmful Ingredients to avoid in your Personal Care and Beauty Cosmetics

Body Care Ingredients to Avoid

Shampoo Ingredients to avoid

Boy lots of GOOD INFORMATION there..... Seems like its almost IMPOSSIBLE avoiding some dangerous chemical! (Which is sad)
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