Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate

Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate other names include:

Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES). Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate is a detergent, surfactant & foaming agent found in many personal care products.

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SODIUM LAURYL ETHER SULPHATE - Minimum Quantities Apply
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Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate. Consolidated Chemicals premier suppliers of specialist chemical products in New Zealand. SUPPLIERS TO BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY.
SLES 70% (Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate)
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Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate SLES 70%: Palm-derived, high foaming, anionic surfactant used in the chemical formulating and detergent manufacturing industries. It is a higher foaming variation of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS). Used in wetting agent formulations, liquid detergents, cleaners, shampoos and laundry detergents. Recochem supply products generally in 200 litres (KGs) Drums, IBCs (Bulk Containers) and FCLs.
Cream of Tartar
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Cream of Tartar: Cream of tartar is a fine white powder with many culinary applications. It is an acid and it is often used as a major component in baking powder, combined with baking soda to react when the mixture is moistened to ensure that baked goods will rise well. Cream of tartar is used as a stabilizing agent and is added to beaten egg whites to increase their stability and volume. It is also sometimes added to candies or frostings to give them a creamier texture because it can help to prevent the crystallization of cooked sugar. It is also a stabilizing ingredient in solid bubble bath bars - see recipe below... 1.5 cups Baking Soda 1.5 cups Cream of Tartar 1.5 cups Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (sls) .75 cup Liquid Soap Concentrate 12ml Fragrance or Essential Oil 1. In a big bowl mix dry incredients slowly until there are no lumps and fully combined. 2. In a separate bowl mix liquid soap and fragrance. 3. Pour liquids into dry ingredients and mix well - start with a spatula then switch to your hands and knead together until fully incorporated. 4. Once the mixture is fully mixed spread out on the bench on a piece of baking paper. Cut into shapes. 5. Allow to sit and harden overnight. Wrap in air tight packaging. To Use: Crumble under running bath water and enjoy! Categories: Other, Raw Materials, potassium hydrogen tartrate, Potassium bitartrate, perfume, Sulphates, Sulfates.