What Are the Ingredients in Ajax Dish Soap?
Ajax liquid dish soap contains water, ammonium C12-15 pareth sulfate, lauramidopropylamine oxide, SD alcohol 3-A, sodium chloride, poloxamer 124, fragrance, preservative, pentasodium pentatate, sodium bisulfite and dyes. The soap range includes Ajax – Lemon, Ajax- Lime with Bleach Alternative, Ajax Triple Action – Orange and Ajax – Ruby Red Grapefruit with Bleach Alternative.
The Ajax dish packs in both Lemon and Green Apple versions contain sodium carbonate, sodium sulfate, sodium silicate, tergitol (EO/PO co-polymer), sodium polyacrates, sodium citrate dihydrate, sodium percarbonate, protease enzyme, fragrance, citric acid and amylase enzyme.
Ajax is transparent about the content and purpose of the products’ ingredients. For their liquid dish soaps, the water is for consistency and the ammonium C12-15 pareth sulfate and lauramidopropylamine oxide are cleaning and foaming agents. The SD alcohol 3-A, sodium chloride and poloxamer 124 control thickness, the fragrance provides a pleasant scent and the preservative maintains product freshness. The pentasodium pentatate and sodium bisulfite maintain product stability and the dyes provide color.
For the Ajax dish packs, the sodium carbonate, sodium sulfate, sodium polyacrates, sodium citrate dihydrate, sodium percarbonate, protease enzyme, citric acid and amylase enzyme act as cleaning agents. The sodium silicate is a cleaning agent and corrosion inhibitor, tergitol (EO/PO co-polymer) is a wetting agent, and the fragrance provides a pleasant scent.