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Vol. 6, Issue 12 (2017)

Cleaning and sanitization efficiency of some cleansing agents of natural origin

Author(s):
P Sathya, AS Lejaniya, Sharon, Ajith, CT Sathian, K Radha and R Geetha
Abstract:
The study is conducted to identify the cleaning and sanitization efficiency of natural plant sources i.e. lime, aloevera and soapnut. Different test including solubility, pH, surface tension, foaming stability test, foam performance test, cleaning performance test, test for sanitization property were done to determine the cleaning and sanitization efficiency of this natural plant sources. The result reveals that the cleaning and sanitizing efficiency of lime was greater than aloevera and soap nut. In the present study comparison among standard local detergent and natural plants sources were performed, wherein the chances of contamination due to synthetic detergents was overcome by using naturally available plant sources.
Pages: 105-107  |  547 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
P Sathya, AS Lejaniya, Sharon, Ajith, CT Sathian, K Radha and R Geetha. Cleaning and sanitization efficiency of some cleansing agents of natural origin. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2017; 6(12): 105-107.
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