Alden Wicker

freelance journalist

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Alden Wicker on KCRW

The first ingredient in most cleaning products is water. In some cases, water makes up more than 90% of household cleaners, like detergent, floor cleaner, and shampoo.

The environmental push to remove water from cleaning products

The first ingredient in most cleaning products is water. In some cases, water makes up more than 90% of household cleaners, like detergent, floor cleaner, and shampoo.

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