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LOC was one of the first products of Amway Corporation. [[Victor, Jody & Kathy]] Jody tells stories of it being made in his bathtub, and his childhood job was to stick the labels on LOC and dishdrops. And that LOC used to change color between batches.  
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'''L.O.C.''' was the very first product of [[Amway|the Amway Corporation]]. [[Victor, Jody & Kathy|Jody Victor]] tells stories of it being made in his bathtub, and his childhood job was to stick the labels on L.O.C. and [[Dishdrops]]. And that L.O.C. used to change color between batches.  
  
At the time it was a revolutionary product on the market. This was because most detergents didn't break down in the environment, due to there chemical composition. Thus resulting in foam build up in water ways. However LOC broke down in the environment, thus avoiding the pollution
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At the time it was a revolutionary product on the market. This was because most detergents didn't break down in the environment, due to there chemical composition, thus resulting in foam build up in water ways. However L.O.C. broke down in the environment, thus avoiding the pollution.
 
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It was stated by diamonds, and above, that LOC was used in the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Gulf_War first gulf war] to clean up the oil spills caused in the conflict.
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Another major use for LOC is a "wetting" agent for Agricultural spay, that is adding a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surfactant surfactant] that is a soap reduces the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surface_tension surface tension] of the water. This results in the water wetting the leaf instead of sitting a bubble on the surface. This is especially important as leaves often have a waxy surface to facilitate the water running off.
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Revision as of 15:07, 18 May 2009

L.O.C. was the very first product of the Amway Corporation. Jody Victor tells stories of it being made in his bathtub, and his childhood job was to stick the labels on L.O.C. and Dishdrops. And that L.O.C. used to change color between batches.

At the time it was a revolutionary product on the market. This was because most detergents didn't break down in the environment, due to there chemical composition, thus resulting in foam build up in water ways. However L.O.C. broke down in the environment, thus avoiding the pollution.