Liquid fluorines are the new high-end electronic cleaners and are now being used in all manner of products from tablets to washing machines. 

The latest news in liquid fluorine comes from a study of the performance of liquid fluorines in washing machines by researchers from the University of Sydney and The University of Manchester.

The researchers tested four different liquid fluorination solutions: the standard detergent, a detergent that had an added concentration of liquid fluoride, and a fluorinated liquid.

They found that the fluorinated solution outperformed the standard solution in washing machine performance.

Liquid fluorine is a solid-state chemical that can be used to clean surfaces, such as the inside of an electric washing machine, in the same way as water is.

It can also be used as a solvent to clean glass.

A liquid fluorite is a liquid that has been chemically treated with fluorine.

Liquid fluorates are a class of chemicals that can also cause corrosion.

The results of the research have been published in Environmental Science & Technology.

“Liquid fluorination is a new type of cleaning agent for washing machines, which has been gaining popularity with consumers over the past decade,” Dr Sarah Kaldas, a research scientist at The University Of Manchester, said in a statement.

“Our results indicate that liquid fluorinated detergents can outperform the standard liquid detergent in washing operation.”

The liquid fluoridation of the detergent is not a major improvement in performance and therefore the use of liquid detergent is still warranted.

“The researchers suggest that liquid deterguents that use liquid fluorate as a solvent can be improved to improve performance.

They also suggested that the current water-based detergences that contain fluorine can be replaced with a liquid fluoride based detergent.”

As liquid fluorinating is an efficient, low-cost and sustainable method of cleaning, it could become a popular choice in the future for many consumers, especially those with poor water quality,” they said.”

This study shows that it is not necessary to purchase a liquid detergen with a fluorine concentration of 50 per cent to be able to achieve similar cleaning performance as a detergently treated water-soluble detergent.

“Source: Independent