Solid Dish Soap


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  • Please note that we have improved our recipe, so some of the ingredients have changed in this product. You can can view the new ingredient list under the "Ingredients" tab.

    Our condensed solid dish soap is changing the game. This soap lathers well, can cut through dirt and grime, and utilizes fresh citrus-based essential oils that leave your items looking & smelling squeaky clean. Our bar can replace approximately 2-3 bottles of traditional dish soap, and can last up to 6 months. Bonus: our dish soap does not have any oils leftover in it after the saponification process, so it is totally safe for septic!

    It comes in a large tin that you can reuse for almost anything. The tin is made from a tin-coated steel. This means that it won't rust. However, with extended wear or exposure to high heat, rust-resistant finish is subject to deterioration which may cause the product to rust.

    How to use: Wet your dish brush or sponge and rub it on our dish soap, be sure to repeat if more soap is needed. After a few uses, you can pop the soap out of the tin and leave it on a soap lift near your kitchen sink.

    All out of fresh soap? Don't fret- we have refill blocks available! All you need to do is pop the new block into your lonely tin and you're all set to tackle those dirty dishes.

    1. Manufactured in the USA
    2. Safe for septic.
    3. One Size: 8 oz.
    4. Dimensions: 3 in. diameter x 1.5 in tall
    5. 100% Plastic-Free packaging, comes in an aluminum tin
    6. We donate 1% of our sales through 1% for the Planet
    7. End of Life: Soap can be used until gone, but is completely compostable in backyard composting. The kraft sticker is also recyclable or compostable. The tin can be recycled in curbside recycling.
  • Solid Dish Soap (8 oz.) Ingredients: Organic Coconut Oil, Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Organic Castor Oil, Organic Orange Essential Oil, Organic Lemongrass Essential Oil, Organic Lime Essential Oil.

    * Sodium Hydroxide is used in the saponification process to turn plant-based oils into soap. None remains in the finished product.

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