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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. causing little foam to form; -- used of e.g. detergents. Contrasted with high-sudsing.

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  • adj. (used of e.g. detergents) producing few suds

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Examples

  • When washing in an agitating top-loading machine, use gentle agitation and fast spin with warm or lukewarm water and mild powdered detergent preferably a low-sudsing one or soap.

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  • Nonionic detergents are used for low-sudsing laundry detergents and dishwasher detergents.

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  • Fill the tub with warm or lukewarm water and add a mild powdered detergent preferably a low-sudsing one or soap.

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  • However, you may need low-sudsing detergents, which may be more expensive than regular detergents.

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