cleansing agent

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  • Forget it is imperative for one and all to use cleansing agents on teeth that leave no bad results. Cited from The Apartment Next Door, by William Andrew Johnston
  • While soap is, generally speaking, the best cleansing agent, there are occasions when other substances can be used to better advantage. Cited from General Science, by Bertha M. Clark
  • Water therapy may be restricted to use in physical therapy, and as a cleansing agent.
  • Since at least medieval times, people have used salt as a cleansing agent rubbed on household surfaces.
  • Water as a cleansing agent, especially in chronic wounds has been proposed and is widely used especially in the management of infected wounds.
  • Fire acts as a cleansing agent because "by burning dead trees and other vegetation along with the crowded plants and trees" more space is made for new growth.
  • The hot bath is to be used as a cleansing agent while the cold bath is a tonic exclusively. Cited from Vitality Supreme, by Bernarr Macfadden
  • As a cleansing agent, it is a necessary part of every woman's toilet, but it is not a preventive. Cited from Woman and the New Race, by Margaret Sanger
  • It is used in a great many chemical industries, and under the name of lye is employed to a small extent as a cleansing agent for household purposes. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • The natron was used as a cleansing agent like soap.
  • It is a widely used cleansing agent and disinfectant.
  • She told the advocate depute that it could either have been an 'air freshener' or a 'cleansing agent'.
  • The cold enema is less effective as a cleansing agent, as it does not have the relaxing effect of the hot enema. Cited from Vitality Supreme, by Bernarr Macfadden
  • Chromic acid in sulphuric acid is usually found to be the best cleansing agent, but the mixture must be warm and concentrated. Cited from Introductory Course of Quantitative Chemical Analysis, Henry P. Talbot
  • With this unclear position in mind, alternative cleansing agents such as antiseptics that possess the potential to improve clinical outcomes should be considered.
  • Acetic acid, or white wine vinegar, is even a more powerful cleansing agent than carbolic acid, and has the advantage of being non-poisonous. Cited from Papers on Health, by John Kirk
  • Filipinos thoroughly wash their hands after going to the toilet, using water and any available cleansing agent be it soap or a laundry detergent bar.
  • Most contain sodium trideceth sulfate, which is formulated to act as a low-irritation cleansing agent.
  • The dry tannins also serve as a cleansing agent on the palate by binding to the grease and oils left over in the mouth.
  • Windshield cleaner, gasoline, benzine, and alcohol are good cleansing agents, but any fluid may be used. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
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