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You did the right thing washing and rinsing the hands immediately.
If there had been any contact that had caused irritation then it would have resulted in an inflammatory reaction or an allergic reaction on the skin of the hands. Causing itching and redness and a rash.
Since, you did not inhale anything and develop any symptoms of respiratory tract irritation like coughing, phlegm, shortness of breath etc there is nothing to be concerned about there either.
There are no long-term effects reported with dried chemicals used in detergents.
I think you will be fine.
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No, skin contact with a dried detergent will not cause respiratory tract irritation and the dried Cif would not be more dangerous as dried products do not produce the chemical fumes that a liquid does. If there were any toxic fumes in the air you would have smelt them and developed watery eyes and red eyes.