Rabu, 1 Mac 2017


Humans have known cleanliness from the beginning. Water is used as a major ingredient for washing, such as cleaning the affected limbs such as mud, blood and so on.

Ancient early evidence discovered through the excavations carried out has shown that such materials of soap were made around 2800 BC in Babylon.

Formula such as soap shows the material contains water, alkali and cassia oils recorded on clay sheets around 2200 BC. While the papers on Papyrus Eber in Egypt, the health document, about 1550 BC showed ancient Egyptians bathing using fatty substances from animals, plant oils and alkaline salts made of soap.

Ancient Egyptian documents have also recorded the use of such materials as soap used in the preparation of animal fur for the purpose of weaving.

In Rome's historical record, during the Pompeii rule in 79 AD, such ingredients of soap were made by milling. However, this statement is quite wrong with the onset of the use of mineral soap.

In the meantime, there is evidence that soapstone has been used in Fullonica for cleaning and cleaning of textiles.

According to Roman legend, soap gets its name from Sapo Mountain, where the animal is sacrificed. The down rains will drain the water down and bring along animal fat, candles and dust from the burnt wood.

Rainwater has made the materials mixed up and down the mountain and flows along the Tiber river. Women who use water to clean clothes along the river find that the water from the river containing the wax-like material has found that cleaning dirty clothing becomes easier.


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