Who Invented Liquid Soap?

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Liquid soap was invented by William Shepherd in 1865 and in 1898 a man called B.J Johnson pioneered a soap company that created Palmolive which is made of palm and olive oils.
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A man named William Sheppard was the inventor of liquid soap. He was able to patent his product in 1865. It wasn't until 1980, that the first commercially viable liquid soap was introduced as Soft Soap, by the Minnetonka Corporation. You can find more information here: http://www.todayinsci.com/8/8_22.htm
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