Eastbound lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike between the Downingtown and Valley Forge exchanges were closed for more than seven hours Tuesday after a crash involving a tractor trailer spilled a shipment of dish soap on the roadway.

No injuries were reported in the crash, which was reported about 2:20 a.m. Tuesday at milepost 317.

The eastbound lanes were closed from about 3:30 a.m. until nearly 10 a.m., said Kathleen Walter, a Turnpike Authority spokeswoman.

Jugs of dish soap spilled on the roadway when the trailer of a rig involved in a crash with a car apparently hit the abutment of an overpass and split open.

Walter said there was no estimate as to how much soap lathered the roadway.

Drivers were detoured at State Route 100 south and told to go to U.S. Route 30 east to U.S. Route 202 north to I-76 west, re-entering the turnpike at the Valley Forge Interchange.