This zero waste dish soap is the perfect cleaning product for your kitchen, it produces a great amount of lather for your dishwashing needs.
Extremely efficient against grease and grime!
The block itself is unscented and fragrance-free.
The aloe vera in this plastic-free dish soap will keep your hands smooth while using it.
Get this: this soap dish is multi-purpose and can be used to wash off carpet stains, clean your kitchen counters, etc.
Each block weighs 7.5 oz and it will easily last 6 months (1 person)
How to use: Scrape dishes to remove excess grease and food. Wet sponge, for plates, bowls and cups, and rub dish block™ soap to create suds. (Repeat as needed to refresh suds.) Wash items and rinse well. Works in warm or cold water. We prefer warm water for the best results. For pots and pans, use a scrubber or scourer.
Please note: using a strong scourer or scrubber exclusively on the block will wear it down faster than using a soft sponge or cloth.
For extra sparkly dishes: wipe dishes dry with a cloth.
Pro kitchen tip: Use the same dishwashing block suds to clean your sink when it gets dirty, this can be used on porcelain, stainless, stone and glass sinks safely. We have seen customers use it to clean dirty & stained oven top surfaces as well!
- Due to the handmade and hand-cut nature of this product, there may be slight roughness on the edges of the bar -
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)
This works really well, you just need to figure out how to work with it. It’s very concentrated so I will rub the soup in a small bowl of water until it is foamy. The I dip my dish washing pad into the water in stead of rubbing it on the block. It’s enough to do a sink full of dishes usually. If you rub directly from the block, you end up with too much Soap and it can make your dishes have a film. It also last longer if your not constantly running soap off. I really like this and will be buying it on a regular basis.
It does not lather at all (a few bubbles when you rub the soap off the block that disappear in seconds) which isn't a big deal as long as it's actually cleaning, but I'm pretty sure I used way too much the first couple times I used it because I was expecting lather. It does a good job on grease, but it leaves a soap film on the dishes. If you use less soap there is less film, but then it doesn't do as good a job of cleaning. When my son was boiling water in a pot that was washed in this, you could actually smell the soap as the pot heated up, and I'm not using very much. So I won't be buying this again.
Zero Waste Dish Soap
I find it is economical and attacks grease.
Easy to use and cleans well. It can leave a slight film, but nothing that can’t be removed by drying with a dishcloth.