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Title: 洗剤に関する消費者意識と残留洗剤について
Authors: 堀内, 雅子
Issue Date: 1982
Publisher: 群馬大学教育学部
Citation: 群馬大学教育学部紀要 芸術・技術・体育・生活科学編. 18, 39-51 (1982)
Abstract: Relation between the Consumer's Knowledge of Detergents and Detergent Residue A person handling dishes with detergent residue could be harmed by that residue being absorbed into his or her body. Repeated daily, this could develop into a serious health problem. In order to determine people's understanding of detergents and their actual usage, some information was obtained through a questionnaire from people (women : 248, men : 13) who were using detergents daily in their homes. Further, the relation between the handling procedure and detergent residue on dishes was examined using plastic dishes and commercial detergents. From the questionnaire, it was shown that most of the people only knew of water pollution and roughening of the hands as hazards of detergents. When washing dishes, 55.2^ of the people used undiluted commercial detergents; this tendency was even higher among people who showed little interest in the hazardous effects of detergents. The results of rinsing with tap water showed that it took 60 seconds to reduce the remaining detergent on plastic dishes to 0.94ppm after washing with an undiluted detergent which was twice the amount of time needed when using the manufacturer's suggested diluting guidelines (0.15% soln.). Comparing the procedure of rinsing, <K>% of the people used only fingers and palms. However, with sponge rinsing, it was possible to reduce the detergent residue. As a result, it is easy to reduce detergent residue by using an adequate Washing procedure.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/847
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