Powder vs. Liquid Detergents
[wptb id=68582]When washing your clothes you should examine a number of factors including the make and essence of the detergent to use, which cycle to use in your washing machine and how much to use. Another common consideration is whether to use a liquid detergent or powder laundry detergent. Several manufacturers offer liquid and powder options to supply all types of consumers. Both liquid detergent and powder have their own advantages and disadvantages.
Advantage of Liquid Detergent
Longevity of dust
The powder detergent is more stable and lasts longer allowing you to store it if necessary and buy it in bulk. Buying it wholesale is always more economical and saves you money over time. Additives such as chlorine also last longer in the form of powder. (Here’s more how to make detergent powder for business)
Appearance of dust
Powder detergents tend to pack on your clothing if you use too much. If your detergent cakes in your clothes you have to complete another rinse cycle and use more electricity and water. Some powders do not dissolve properly unless you use lukewarm rather than cold water because it is more difficult because you need to heat the water first.
Dissolving the liquid
The liquid dissolves better than the dust reducing your need to worry about the correct temperature of the water or to finish with pieces of dust in your clothes after the washing cycle.
Most liquid detergent is water, so it is unnecessary to buy it in supermarkets when you can buy laundry detergent and let your washing machine dissolve it. Since it is predisposed you may use more detergent than necessary unintentionally, which costs more money and can fill your machine with grime over time. (Here’s more how to make washing powder formula)