low-sudsing low-sudsing


  • (adj) (used of e.g. detergents) producing few suds


  • The widespread use of low-sudsing detergents (among them: All, Dash, Fun, Spin) would help vastly to solve the problem, but they are nowhere near as popular one building .


  • Moment in time

    Miles Elmers (inset) is pictured with his son, Kirwan, in a 1964 photo as they talk with a prospective buyer of one of their custom-built motor homes. It was in the 1950s, as he traveled the United States to promote a variety of products, that he developed a low-sudsing laundry detergent for washing machines. Business boomed and so did Miles' interest in motor homes. He was instrumental in ...
    on October 2, 2013     Source: This Week Grandview

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