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The Benefits of Heater Hire for Chemical Plants

16th July 2012
Chemicals are widely used in consumer goods manufacturing, as well as in industry, agriculture, and construction. The UKís chemical and pharmaceuticals businesses are worth £60 billion, with the vast majority of them supplying goods to both national and i... Read >
Author: Steve Reeve

Hair Texturizer FAQs: How to Use This Product to Straighten Hair

14th June 2011
Whatís the difference between a hair texturizer and relaxer? A hair texturizer is essentially a relaxer left in for a shorter period of time. Hair texturizers loosen kinks, but do not straighten hair completely. Your hair should look longer and wavie... Read >
Author: Supriyo

Bausch & lomb pharmaceuticals present muro 128 eye drops to relieve eye problems

09th February 2011
What with the stress these days, where we expose the most delicate part of our body, our eyes, to dust, harsh lights, a constant glare from the computer screen and other irritants. As more and more people are working longer and longer hours, it is very co... Read >
Author: Yusuf Jaafar

The BodipHier Treatment: A Safe Product to Straighten Hair and Relax Hair

19th November 2010
Traditional products used to straighten hair or relax hair usually contain either sodium hydroxide (lye) or a derivative of sodium hydroxide. Derivatives include calcium hydroxide, lithium hydroxide and guanadine hydroxide. The BodipHier system, however, ... Read >
Author: Satya Narayan

Being Aware Of The Different Uses And Dangers Of Sodium Hydroxide Through Moms

13th August 2010
Growing up, I often heard my mother and all the other mothers I chanced upon meeting talk about sodium hydroxide. This metallic base could be considered as every mom's handy companion at home. Of course, they did not refer to it using this term. Even so, ... Read >
Author: joalesto

Bamboo Textiles How is bamboo made into yarn?

30th June 2010
Part 1 Bamboo textiles are typically cloths, yarn, and clothing made from Bamboo fiber. In earlier times; farmers and fisherman in China and Japan used bamboo to weave shoes and hats to protect them from the elements. In the west, bamboo was used along... Read >
Author: Kelly Adham

Dangers of Chemical Drain Cleaners

22nd June 2010
While getting ready for work in the morning, you casually glance into the sink - all of a sudden, you're confronted with a clogged drain! Before you instinctively reach for that chemical drain cleaner, you may want to consider other options. The American ... Read >
Author: David

The Importance Of Sodium Hydroxide In Certain Domestic Cleaning Agents

23rd March 2010
The chemical is known to be one of the strongest bases in the realm of chemistry. While the chemical sodium hydroxide is best seen in industrial plants or chemical laboratories, it is incorporated in so many products that it is hardly unseen at homes. So ... Read >
Author: joalesto

Harmful Commercial Soaps

15th January 2010
Although thousands of households throughout the world use commercial soaps for their everyday, personal hygiene, there is some "dirt" that you should know about some of these products. Most modern, mass-manufactured commercial soaps are made using a metho... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Acid Water Uses

16th October 2009
The Sheraton Delfina, located in Santa Monica, California has started using acid water to clean their hotel rooms. Acid water is a cleaning agent that is formed when water is electrolyzed by a low voltage of electricity. Acid water is formed when the ions... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

The Different Properties And Applications Of Glycerine

10th June 2009
Glycerine, also spelled glycerin, is a kind of organic compound known as sugar alcohol with a chemical formula C3H8O3. It occurs as a sweet-tasting, viscous liquid that is colorless and odorless. It is miscible in water and generally non-toxic. In nature ... Read >
Author: joalesto

The Principal Uses of Sodium Hydroxide In Various Industries

06th June 2009
Sodium hydroxide, also known as lye or caustic soda, is of importance to not one but various industries. Its chemical formula is NaOH and it is described as an odorless, white crystalline substance. It is available, commercially, either in solid form like... Read >
Author: joalesto

Sodium Hydroxide Processing and First Aid Measures

04th June 2009
Sodium hydroxide is one of the strongest alkaline with a chemical formula NaOH. It is also known as lye or caustic soda. Industries use this compound in manufacturing paper, pulp, textiles, soap, and many cleaning agents. This strong base forms heat-evolv... Read >
Author: joalesto

Recognizing The Principal Properties of Sodium Hydroxide

29th May 2009
Sodium hydroxide is an important industrial chemical. It is used in manufacturing soaps and detergents, household cleaning agents, paper, and textiles. Pure form of this inorganic base occurs as a white solid commonly available in form of granules, flakes... Read >
Author: joalesto

Using Alternatives to Chemical Relaxers

10th March 2009
Considering using alternatives to chemical relaxers? Kinky, curly and frizzy hair can be difficult to manage. Often chemical relaxers contain lye, which is sodium hydroxide. By using these harsh chemical relaxers you can damage your hair, burn your scalp ... Read >
Author: Satya Narayan
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