Gels: Novel Detergents for Laundry Applications

  title={Gels: Novel Detergents for Laundry Applications},
  author={Rachna and Vinod Kumar Tyagi},
  journal={Journal of Oleo Science},
Cleaning habits are changing day by day with the development of new technologies, new soil substrate systems and diversity of water. The rapid growth and diversity of detergents, market requires continuous consideration of new materials to meet the demand of new, improved and modified products. Detergent gels are exciting new type of detergent, represent now a days attractive subject for advanced technology. Gels are non-conventional detergents, used for fabric cleaning. Detergent gels are not… 
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