Originally Posted by Tri-oomph!
I put a drop or two of Dawn on a wet facecloth and it works well enough.
Works for me, plus if you just buff the Dawn foam before it dries, it keeps visor from fogging as much. Breaks up grease and water droplets.
Salt in dishwashing liquid?? You mean this?
sodium saltSodium Laureth
LD50 (oral, rat) - >2g/kg
Alcohol Sulfates, sodium
When they list as a sodium salt, they aren't talking about Sodium Choride (table salt) they are talking about the alcohol salt form of a surfactant. Could just as well have been a calcium lauryl sulfate. Not abrasive, in fact just REAL slippery. I'm a pharmacist, and VERY few drugs are not salt forms of something- many sodium or HCl (hydrochloric acid...how 'bout that for caustic?), but none have sodium chloride in them, that I know of except, well sodium chloride. salt tablets.
That is why it is important to take drugs with liquid- water is best. You want them to seperate into ions
so they can be absorbed.