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Lab Glassware Cleaning: Liquid or Powder Detergent in Washer?

We have purchased Detojet and have been using it straight out of the bottle into our dishwasher cup thinking it would get diluted in the dishwasher as it mixes with the water during the wash cycle. However, we are questioning that now as the bottle says that it will make up to 50 gallons. Do we dilute the detergent before putting in the dishwasher dosing cup? 

A. You assumed correctly! You put the Detojet® Low Foaming Liquid Detergent, undiluted, directly into the dosing cup. Most cups will be sized to dose something like a 0.5%-1.0% detergent concentration relative to the amount of water used in the wash cycle. However, for scientific cleaning using a household dishwasher, we recommend using a powdered detergent.  

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How to Clean Laboratory Glassware

Clean laboratory glassware is essential in all laboratories. No scientist, engineer, laboratory technician, or analyst has time to fail an experiment because of contaminated glassware.  

Good, well-built, precision detergents (like the Alconox, Inc. portfolio of course) can make up for quite of bit incomplete, inefficient or incorrect glassware cleaning techniques.

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Cleaning BOD bottles

Cleaning BOD bottles

Alconox manufactures several phosphate-free detergents ideal for cleaning BOD bottles. For manual cleaning use Liquinox, Critical Cleaning Liquid Detergent.

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