dish detergent

noun

US
: liquid soap that is used for washing dishes : dishwashing detergent, dishwashing liquid

Examples of dish detergent in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Simply use a mild dish detergent and a damp cloth for regular cleaning. Chantal Lamers, Better Homes & Gardens, 14 Dec. 2023 Add 1 tsp of dish detergent to ensure even fabric dye distribution. Maryal Miller Carter, USA TODAY, 9 Sep. 2023 Fill the Sink and Add Cleaning Solution Fill your sink with a few inches of hot water and add some dish detergent or a cup or two of white vinegar. Jessica Bennett, Better Homes & Gardens, 28 July 2023 Metal bathroom sinks, including ones made from stainless steel, copper, or bronze, require gentle cleaning with mild dish detergent and water, or a cleaner designed for the specific type of metal, which will prevent scratches. Jessica Bennett, Better Homes & Gardens, 28 July 2023 Mix a few drops of dish detergent with some water and dab the solution onto the surface with a sponge, being careful not to saturate the wood. Jamie Kim, Good Housekeeping, 22 Apr. 2023 Its nonstick surface meant that only a very small amount of dish detergent was required to clean the roaster and rack. Kristen (kj) Callihan, Better Homes & Gardens, 30 May 2023 Mix a little dish detergent, like Dawn Ultra Dishwashing Liquid, and water. Jamie Kim, Good Housekeeping, 22 Apr. 2023 For foundation marks, Cokley recommends mixing baking soda, dish detergent, and cold water into a spray bottle. Seventeen, 20 Apr. 2023

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“Dish detergent.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/dish%20detergent. Accessed 19 Apr. 2024.

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