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defenestrated23 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

cracks knuckles Chemistry expert and former detergent chemist here, chiming in. Modulo some small semantic differences, you're 100% spot on. Functionally, there is zero difference in the formulations. Every powder dish detergent on the market comprises the same functional components, though the exact chemicals selected may vary. It's always some combination of detergent, anti-deposition agent, water conditioners, strong base, oxidizers, enzymes, buffers, "processing aids", and what I call "foo foo juice" – colors and fragrances.

The Purpose section is annoyingly vague so I'm going to break down each of the categories and give their examples. These aren't strict categories, in fact many of these chemicals perform double or even triple duty.

Detergent/Surfactant – Allows water to bind grease molecules by virtue of having two halves, hydrophilic (water loving) and hydrophobic (water hating or grease-binding). These can be basic/anionic (negative charge): sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS); neutral: isotridecanol ethoxylated, PEG C10. Acidic/cationic (positive) are uncommon in dish detergents but you may see them in rinse aids. Bonus fact: rinse aids are typically mild acids ( pH about 3) which helps dissolve calcium deposits and soap scum. Because of this, they have to use neutral or cationic surfactants.

Anti-deposition agent – Once you dissolve the grease, you don't want it to deposit back onto the dishes. Cascade calls this "boosts shine" but it's basically film prevention. The line between detergent and anti-deposition agent is blurry, and many chemicals can fulfill both roles. Acrylic copolymers are the best example here, but the PEGs (polyethylene glycol) also help in this regard, as do any neutral detergents. They tend to be weak detergents on their own, but their big advantage is they don't create soap scum (calcium fatty acids, more on that later).

Water conditioners and chelators – Hard water means calcium, iron, and other large positive ions in solution. Calcium reacts with anionic surfactants (aka soaps) to form insoluble scum. This both reduces cleaning power and makes extra goop that needs to be cleaned! Water conditioners exchange sodium for calcium, binding it so it doesn't form scum. This category includes polycarboxylates, citric acid, sodium phosphate (discontinued), EDTA, and our friend sodium acrylate/maleic/carboxylate copolymers again (yes it doubles as both anti-deposition and water conditioner. Synergy!).

Strong base – Anionic detergents work best at a high pH (alkaline/basic). Alkali also saponifies grease, giving it a hydrophilic group and turning it into soap! Lye (sodium hydroxide), bleach (sodium hypochlorite), sodium percarbonate aka sodium carbonate peroxide aka "OxyClean", sodium silicate, and sodium phosphate are all strong bases. See all that sodium? They also help condition water as well!

Oxidizers – These react with staining molecules such as tomato sauce, berries, tea, and coffee, as well as natural polymers like proteins (cheese) to break them apart. Sodium hypochlorite and percarbonate are oxidisers. "Transition metal catalyst" has a similar role, except instead of being consumed, it facilitates the bleaching action.

Enzymes – Starch and protein when heated and hydrated form a natural glue of sorts. Anyone dealing with stuck-on cheese or rice knows what I'm talking about. Enzymes are natural molecules that break these polymers down so they unstick from surfaces. Amylase specifically digests amylose (starch) and Subtilisin (protease) breaks down protein. Pro-tip: any time in biology you see whatever-ase, that breaks down _whatever_.

Buffers – prevent the base from being too basic and etching glassware. I think this is what zinc carbonate is doing, but I'm not 100% sure.

Processing Aid – Any time you see "processing aid" or "enables liquid processing" – that just means it's an inert bulk transport, because either the active ingredient is too viscous, or cakes easily, or whatever. Glycerin and Dipropylene glycol act as liquid solvents in those colorful liquid sections of the gel packs, since too much water would dissolve the pack. Sodium sulfate is just an inert powder.

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Atom Ant 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Psh, you being sparky is why I tune into this channel!

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Moonboy TV 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

this video popped up randomly in my timeline. i watched all the way through. i appreciate how much work and effort went into making this video. keep up the good work

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Peter laptoppeterputman B 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I was worried about the Virus-Vaccine-producers….. now I'm worried about Big Detergent …..

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Alexis Harper 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

So basically it’s possible to create a pod based dishwasher detergent pack that works just as well by creating cycles, but because of a combination of propaganda by detergent companies, brand deals with dishwasher companies, and human psychology, nobody needs to do research in order to make it work as well? Sounds about right.

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Alexis Harper 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

This just made me realize that I probably have only used detergent in a dishwasher once. Growing up, usually it was either my sister’s job to do the dishes, or I was asked to load/unload and my parents did the settings and detergent. And now that I’m in college I don’t have a dishwasher and hand was everything. I don’t even know what kind of detergent my family even uses…

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Michael 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

snarky?? never noticed you being snarky, but then again im not a snowflake…

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Gabriel Vieira 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I'm not using those, theyre soooo expensive, and they arent good for my machine.
(a washing machine)

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mattlavine 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I liked the part about dishwasher detergent.

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DusKeyOwl 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I want a cookie.

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ISFiYIywAFIBc6qAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQrXTJiCtY3Asd4WF 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

So after the last video I had bought powder detergent to put in the pre-wash compartment and it worked wonders for ensuring everything got cleaned. After this video I decided that as soon as the (16p per wash) dishwasher tablets ran out I would try just powder. Wow, I'm impressed, I went with the dishwasher recommended 21g in the main compartment and 4g in the pre-wash compartment and it works just as well as the expensive tablets for less than half the price (7.5p per wash). I've made a makeshift dosing cup to make life easier and plan on 3d printing something more fancy later. I am now looking into getting even cheaper powder (which people insist works well) which will bring the price down to 5.25p per wash, only 1/3 of the price of the more expensive tablets and it should last over a year.

The only unfortunate thing I discovered is the complete lack of dishwasher powder options in the UK, everyone sells tablets, powders are rare and liquids even rarer.

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ThangMD 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Why im i watching this at night? anyways goodnight.

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kush 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

The red ball is the cherry on top. We have achieved peak TC.

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Erald M 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

You know that you grew up when you watch a 48 minute video on dishwasher soap. ALL-OF-IT!

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Josh Thoney 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

My dishwasher doesn't have a space but I've been squirting it on the door it helps

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WhaleTank 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I have old becel container with a spoon in it for my dish detergent powder allowing for better control and less mess when putting it into the dispenser.

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WhaleTank 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I have loved these videos. Can you do a similar one for laundry detergent?

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Robert Lanza 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I use two Finish Powerball tablets. I throw one in the dishwasher and put the second tablet in the soap dispenser.

Until your video I thought the first soap cup the one with tiny holes in it was for the first wash cycle (or I guess you might call it Pre-wash) and the second closed cup was for the second cycle.

When I used powder I filled up both cups.

The only problem I have is if I have a tall item next to the dispenser cups the door doesn't open all the way and I keep finding an unused dishwasher tablet there.

My mother used to wash (she called it rinsing) all the dishes before she loaded them into the dishwasher.

I'm lazy and I hate washing dishwashing.

So I don't wash or prerinse in the sink any dishes.

I load everything directly into the dishwasher! No rinsing first.
Stuck on stuff and all!

It's a dishwasher! Why buy one if it doesn't wash dishes.

And all my dishes come out clean.

And I use the Normal wash setting.

But warning:

Get a dishwasher that has a easy to remove and clean filter.

That filter stops things like plastic pieces or hard items like pits etc from going down the drain of dishwasher and entering the Garbage Disposal!

Yes Dishwashers have a Garbage Disposal!

They actually crush and cut up the tiny bits of stuff so it will go down the drain.

Its a spinning blade that does the job and it should be on all dishwashers but might only be on the top of line models.

Again, once a week I pull out the filter and rinse it off.

And that to the video the thing about the filter. The model dishwashers you showed on your video does not have what I am talking about.

My dishwasher is a Kenmore (its old now but is a Bosch knock off)

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Mutsu Hanma 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

50 minutes of experiment and see what works for you…

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andriod 16 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I don't get this..Its so easy to wash dishes…Why waste money and electricity on this shit.

I understand in a restaurant setting where you have to waste thousands of dishes…but for home..its stupid.

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mc3lizard 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

How much did WALMART pay you for product placement? lol

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mc3lizard 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

If the dishwasher takes too long, start it before bed. It will wash the dishes while you sleep.

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mc3lizard 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I always wait until the machine is FULL before I run it. That's often over a week.

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mc3lizard 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Laundry detergent makers want people to use too much product, too.

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mc3lizard 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Restarting the machine after it is full can flood your kitchen if you don't run it dry first. My elderly mother did that a few times.

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mc3lizard 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Oh, be snarky. It's entertaining.

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Sarah Cloud 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

I’ve stopped pre washing my dishes and stopped using the rinse cycle since I got some finish quantum packs it works. Before I would fully clean in the sink then just use bleach In the dishwasher. My dishwasher is the manager special it has a dial and only one spinner.

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Katojana Aleksielsis 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

to be completely honest, I do not want to file and check an excel table everytime I wash my dishes.
I dont always have the same dishes inside, they are not always as dirty as before or sometimes more etc.
Also my dishwasher does not have a pre-wash compartment… so I just use tabs as its the easiest solution.

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Theannoyinggeo 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Hi there! This is the first video i saw from you and now I'm like 50 videos in haha….
I had to come back and comment. Salty European here, i didn't even know that powder dishwasher detergent was a thing but i checked my machine and holly bubbles it DOES have holes for a prewash! And it DOES have a prewash cycle every time i use it. Now actually finding powder detergent was an adventure and i can only find just 1 type of powder (from Finish) absolutely no other options.
Now for results….i have been using the most expensive Finish capsules on the market since the low cost tablets i tried really weren't doing a good enough job. So, powder comes in and i fill the machine up with dirty pots and pans and dishes dirty with stuff that i know very well that it's not going to be washed perfectly because they have been sitting there on the counter for 3 days. I put just half of dose of powder in the slot and half measure powder in the prewash spot and turn it on with the program i usually use (90 minutes, 70 C). Well after 90 minutes i couldn't believe my eyes…..Absolutely perfectly washed. No spots no nothing. All surfaces perfect it didn't matter if it was plastic or stainless or Teflon. Actually it's the first time ever i don't see spots on plastic items. Even more mind blowing is the cost difference! At the cost of 18 capsules I was able to buy 2.5 kg of powder (the same premium brand). Because i am actually able to dose my detergent now and not use more than i need I'm probably going to use around 30 grams of it per wash? That means a bottle is good for 80 washes! 80!!! Instead of 18!
All i can say is thank you for showing us this, it was incredibly enlightening. I love your content, please keep it up. And if you could do the same thing about washing machines for clothes that would be amazing. I also use capsules there and i have a sneaking suspicion that it's probably exactly the same issue.

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ThatGeneratorGuy 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Question: any thoughts on the intermittent wet dog smell my dishes get??

You remind me so much of my brother its comical. As someone who looks for every single possible place to save a few bucks i will be having a conversation with my wife about transitioning to powder.

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WayStedYou 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

44:40 seems like a good opportunity to introduce slightly cheaper than regular pods option from a competing brand that has a pre and mid wash smol and mid size pack

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WayStedYou 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

If never had a dishwasher but powder seems to be the best idea to me those predone tablets seem way overpriced.
I use powder instead of gels in the washing machine

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Mario Kart 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

A 46 minute follow up on dish washer detergent getting 1.5 million views
That is an extremely impressive achievement

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Shane Bro 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

Since I usually watch YT videos at either 1.5 or 1.75 speed, you really talk fast.

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Ricky 15/10/2021 - 8:31 PM

The sass in this video…. LOVE IT!

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