Dish Soap Bar
Say goodbye to the bottle and hello to the bar!
Handmade in Canada from vegan ingredients, this solid dishwashing bar cuts through stubborn grime and grease on dishes, pots, and pans, while also being gentle on your hands and the environment.
You won't go back after trying this alternative to dish soaps made of synthetic ingredients and packaged in plastic. As well as removing stains from laundry, spot cleaning carpets, wiping counters, and removing labels from jars, it is safe to use on porcelain, stainless steel, stone, and glass.
- All Natural: Unscented and free from phosphates, sulfates, parabens, and palm oil, and is septic and greywater safe.
- Long lasting: One 6 oz bar can last one person up to 6 months and replace up to 3 bottles of typical liquid dish soap.
- Ingredients: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (plant-derived), Decyl Glucoside (plant-derived), Sodium Cocoate (plant-derived), Quillaja Saponaria (from the South American soap bark tree - organic), Glycerin (plant-derived), Aloe Vera Leaf (organic), Purified Water, Sodium Carbonate (mineral-derived)
Still using up the dish liquid I already have but looking forward to using the dish soap bar. My mother always used to wash dishes with (Rokeach) kitchen bar soap so I'm happy to follow her example. Pricy but it helps your mission to reduce plastic pollution.
I love these blocks. They last a long time and work well.
I really like this product. Yeah, there’s the “no waste/save the planet” thing, but what I really like is that it cleans dishes really well. I cut long slivers of it and insert the sliver in a channel or hole that I cut in the middle of a sponge. I use that just for the final wash. I get all the major gunk off the dishes with another sponge and then finish off with my custom sponge.
What would be really cool is if the company manufactured the dish bar soap into small, individual discs AND a sponge that has a pocket that you could insert the discs into! I know I could just have the bar sitting out and run a dish brush over it and use it that way but, to be honest, I am not a fan of dish brushes; they have their place when trying to remove large amounts of remaining food on a plate but to get it really clean, you need a good sponge.
Cleans very well, dispenses with plastic bottle, shall continue buying.
Dish Soap Bar