how to convert 1kg of liquid detergent into litres

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how to convert 1kg of liquid detergent into litres

Postby janson » Wed Aug 13, 2008 8:55 am

been cracking my head as i dono the density of the liduid detergent...
my suppliers change everything into kg and i know this will help them save alot of money and cheat on me.....
janson
 

Re: how to convert 1kg of liquid detergent into litres

Postby Guest » Wed Aug 13, 2008 5:49 pm

janson wrote:been cracking my head as i dono the density of the liduid detergent...
my suppliers change everything into kg and i know this will help them save alot of money and cheat on me.....


Measure the density with a hydrometer. The other choice would be to weigh a measured amount.

They can also cheat you by adding more water. Since detergent is a mixture, there is no "one and only" density. It can vary according to how it is manufactured.
Guest
 


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