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Solid Dish Soap in Reusable Tin Case + Soap Refill

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  • Our condensed solid dish soap is changing the game. No more plastic, toxic dish soap. This all-natural solid dish soap is the perfect step in getting rid of plastic in your kitchen. 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 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.

    Buy our best selling Solid Dish Soap with a refill block and save! 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. All-natural, handmade dish soap
    2. Vegan, Cruelty-Free & Palm-oil Free
    3. Safe for septic.
    4. One Size: 8 oz.
    5. Dimensions: 3 in. diameter x 1.5 in tall
    6. 100% Plastic-Free, comes in an aluminum tin
    7. 10% of Profits Donated to Environmental Conservation
    8. 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, water, sodium hydroxide*, castor oil, organic orange essential oil, lemon essential oil.

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