Who Invented Dish Soap?

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The man who invented dish soap was William Sheppard. He developed the dish soap by mixing common soap with water and ammonia to give it a liquid form.
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William Sheppard invented liquid dish soap in 1865. He discovered that a small amount of regular soap, mixed with hartshorn, created a soap with a molasses type consistency. It was used in public, but was not common in households until years later.
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