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OT - does laundry detergent freeze?

Discussion in 'Know Before You Go' started by tomc, Mar 9, 2002.

  1. tomc

    tomc Guest

    <HTML>If I stick a carton of liquid laundry detergent in my shed, will it freeze when temps are in the 20's?</HTML>
  2. rocster

    rocster Guest

    <HTML>Try a small amount in a container and see, I suspect it will.</HTML>
  3. Mariposa

    Mariposa Guest

    <HTML>Not if you add alcohol to it. LOL Just a joke, but I know that chemical rule works for other things. I would guess that if it does freeze then you could just thaw it out when you need it, and it should be just fine. Wouldn't the manufacturer love to receive this question on their website? LOL</HTML>
  4. Teach2cruz

    Teach2cruz Guest

    <HTML>Yes it does freeze and when it thaws it is not the same. It gets thicker and yucky.</HTML>

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