When it comes to washing dishes, there’s a big difference between the two types of detergents on the market.
The one that’s on the shelf is made by Nestlé, which has a very long history of using detergants in its products.
The other type, by far, is made in China.
There are two main types of chemicals used in detergencies, called BPA and PTFE.
BPA, or phthalates, are used in consumer products to prevent mold growth, and PTE, or polyvinyl chloride, are commonly found in household cleaners and detergences.
When a consumer uses a detergent that contains both chemicals, it can actually cause chemical reactions that can damage the environment, cause food to spoil and damage human health.
The good news is that the two chemicals are not always toxic, and they are considered safe for most people.
Here are the four most common types of BPA detergent on the shelves: BPA Detergent