What is the science behind how cleaners work?

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What is the science behind how cleaners work?

The science behind cleaning in general is that soap is not what cleans the surface of an object, it is the water molecule that actually cleans the surface of an object. Chemical agents such as soap or laundry detergent’s main function is to aggravate the water molecule into its smallest form so that the water molecule can penetrate into the tiniest of pours of the surface in which it is in contact with to extract the dirt or grime out of that surface. Cleaners work in similar fashion where the chemical compounds have been designed to react with the surface in which they come into contact with, thus expediting the cycle in which one can wipe a up the surface.

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