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To evaluate the stability and effectiveness of L'AVANT Collective Dish Soap against Dawn Dish Soap on the removal of Soil B from ceramic plates.
Clean ceramic plates were soiled with six grams of 4009 Soil B (50% All Purpose Flour, 48% Crisco Shortening, and 2% Olive Oil) and air dried for 24 hours at room temperature (68˚F). Four millimeters of each dish soap were measured out and each were mixed with four liters of tap water heated to 120°F, which was recorded when poured sequentially into the washing basin. Twenty seconds after the reservoir was prepared, the manual cleaning method began. Each plate was washed at an angle, half submerged in the water, cleaning both the front and back sides of each plate with a sponge in a circular motion for 30 seconds. This process continued until half the surface of the wash solution showed a thin layer of foam. The number of plates cleaned as well as the final temperature of the water in the basin were recorded. This process was performed with each dish soap.
|Cleaner||Initial wt of cont.||Final wt of cont.||%Cont Removed||Average % Removal|
|Dawn Dish Soap||6.04||-0.03||100.50||99.64|
|L'AVANT Collective Dish Soap||6.23||-0.06||100.96||96.91|
|Cleaner||Initial Temperature (°F)||Final Temperature (°F)||# of Plates Washed|
|Dawn Dish Soap||117.00||103.00||9.00|
|L'AVANT Collective Dish Soap||117.00||103.00||6.00|
Success Rating:Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined.
L'AVANT Collective Dish Soap was not as effective as Dawn Dish Soap in removing Soil B from ceramic plates.