Yes, increasing temperatures change the surface tension of water. Water has less water tension with increased temperature. Increased temperatures make the adhesive properties of H20 molecules weaker. Decreased surface tension makes warmer water better at wetting objects such as clothing. Soap and other agents further reduce the surface tension of water.
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