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    I've seen them mention it in reference to adding to ink washes; my guess is that it's British English's term for dishwashing detergent but then again maybe it's liquid hand soap. Anyone care to enlighten me?


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    hehehe... i will enlighten you on the misty roads of english folklore. :blink:

    Washing up Liquid is basically Fairy (if you know what that is) or just a detergent that you use to wash plates and dishes with. I think that the best thing you can use is Fairy, but if you don't know what that is in America, i'm not sure what to call it. (i suspect you know it though)
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    Nope, never heard of it. Fairies here are little winged gals who chase nymphs through the woods. Dishsoap I do know though.

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    Yup just domestic detergent.

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    I've never heard of that before, if i were to see it i would think of an ink wash too.
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    Dish Detergent works better for making glazes since the soap breaks up the surface tension and the ink mixture won&#39;t puddle as much. For washes that you want to puddle, you actually want to increase the tension. I currently add a couple drops of PVA to the wash mixture, but intend to try out the acrylic floor finish method one of these days.

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    Fairy Liquid, Dish Washing Detergent, see?

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    lol my mum uses that...

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    That would be the equivalent of Dwan Dish Washing Detergent, here in United States, correct?
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    Yeh but fairy is betta lol go brits&#33;
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