Plastic Free Dish Soap With Biodegradable Scrub & Cloth
Plastic Free Dish Soap With Biodegradable Scrub & Cloth
$15.00 USD

Plastic Free Dish Soap With Biodegradable Scrub & Cloth

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Different technique for a different product---I love it!

I used to fill a dishpan with hot to warm water and squirt liquid dish soap into it while it was filling. After some trial and error and thought, I tried putting a smaller amount (about 2 cups) of hot water in a small metal enameled dishpan, rubbing the wet dishcloth on the bar of soap, and then cleaning the item (I rinse all items of food residue before washing) with the dishcloth. Surprisingly, soap bubbles appeared all over the item. Even more surprisingly, the soap rinsed off so fast and disappeared after one pass with water. The glass bowls and plates were very clean, squeaky clean. This process forces me to rinse a meal's dishes right after the meal. I can then wait to wash if I want to, as food residue will be gone and not pasted to the item. Dishes are neatly stacked by the sink. Washing up is fast, so fast that I usually feel like drying and putting away right then. Very neat! We buy 50 cotton terry cloth bar towels at a time from Costco, and use them for napkins as well as drying towels, and throw them in the laundry with clothes, which I do every other day. I order brown folded paper towels from Webstaurant.com for use with really yucky cleanup, a case lasts > a year.

One of the first questions we're asked is 'how do you wash the reusable wraps and bags?', to which we reply 'in cold water with an alcohol free dish soap'.  To which you will likely reply 'where can I get such a soap?'

This led us on a sourcing mission, but all the soaps we could find were bottled in some form of single use plastic, and given how little plastic is actually recycled, we decided to make our own plastic free version.

Our Dish Soap offers a powerful clean for both your foodwraps and your dishes.  It's entirely plant based and surprisingly easy to use - simply wet your cloth or scrub, rub bar on said scrub and then apply the scrub directly to your wraps, bags, dishes or pots & pans. 

The soap is soft on your hands and has great mellow scent of coconut and essential oil of lemon.

What's in the bar Soap?  Our bar soap is entirely plant based including USDA Organic Coconut oil, USDA Organic Castor Oil, USDA Organic Coco Butter, USDA Organic Organic Cane Sugar & Lemon Essential Oil

What's not in our Dish Bar Soap?  Plastic of any kind.  Fragrance, dye, synthetic foaming agents, unnatural preservatives, water softening agents, pH adjusters, phthalates, sodium lauryl sulfate, parabens, anything from formaldehyde

Made in Cornwall, Ontario Canada

Ingredients: USDA Organic Coconut oil, USDA Organic Castor Oil, USDA Organic Coco Butter, USDA Organic Organic Cane Sugar & Lemon Essential Oil

Plastic Free - easy to pronounce ingredients

Our kit also includes a Saffix coconut fibre scouring pad and a Swede Things cellulose dish cloth.

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Different technique for a different product---I love it!

I used to fill a dishpan with hot to warm water and squirt liquid dish soap into it while it was filling. After some trial and error and thought, I tried putting a smaller amount (about 2 cups) of hot water in a small metal enameled dishpan, rubbing the wet dishcloth on the bar of soap, and then cleaning the item (I rinse all items of food residue before washing) with the dishcloth. Surprisingly, soap bubbles appeared all over the item. Even more surprisingly, the soap rinsed off so fast and disappeared after one pass with water. The glass bowls and plates were very clean, squeaky clean. This process forces me to rinse a meal's dishes right after the meal. I can then wait to wash if I want to, as food residue will be gone and not pasted to the item. Dishes are neatly stacked by the sink. Washing up is fast, so fast that I usually feel like drying and putting away right then. Very neat! We buy 50 cotton terry cloth bar towels at a time from Costco, and use them for napkins as well as drying towels, and throw them in the laundry with clothes, which I do every other day. I order brown folded paper towels from Webstaurant.com for use with really yucky cleanup, a case lasts > a year.