Using Ammonia In Dish Soap
Can you use ammonia in dish washing liquid?
Clyde Showing: Answers Sort : Relevance Newest Oldest Most Helpful Least Helpful Relevance October 16, 2008 0 found this helpful
Hi Clyde. If you mean a bit of dish detergent in a pail of water for cleaning the floor, yes. But make sure the dish soap is for hand washing and read the product usage directions on both products.
Reply Was this helpful? Helpful? Yes October 16, 2008 0 found this helpful
Make sure the dish soap does NOT contain any kind of bleach or chlorine products in it. You never want to mix ammonia with bleach as it will combine to make poisonous fumes.
Ammonia is pretty nasty stuff anyway. I would use something else.
http://www.scif.com/safety/safetymeeting/Article.asp?ArticleID=433 Reply Was this helpful? Helpful? Yes By guest (Guest Post) Flag October 18, 2008 0 found this helpful
Yes, you certainly can ... the more expensive Dawn dish detergent has ammonia in it! Use a cheaper brand and add your own ammonia, much cheaper. How much, start with an amount you think appropriate for the size of the container. You can always increase or decrease the amounts.
Reply Was this helpful? Helpful? Yes By guest (Guest Post) Flag October 20, 2008 0 found this helpful
I put Dawn dishsoap and ammonia diluted with water to make a spray cleaner for my stove and countertops, great for grease
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