Dish Soap 3 pack
Dish Soap 3 pack
Australian Soap that is good for the environment, community and your skin. Handcrafted with all-natural ingredients, you'll be left feeling nourished, moisturised and fresh.
Purchase 3 dish soaps and save. Can be used in conjunction with our stainless-steel dish swishers.
Peppermint and Lavender 3 Pack: Handcrafted with Love using saponified oils (coconut), sodium bicarbonate, essential oil (lavender, peppermint).
Lemongrass and Eucalyptus 3 Pack: Handcrafted with Love using saponified oils (coconut), sodium bicarbonate, essential oil (lavender + peppermint or lemongrass + eucalyptus).
This Soap is:
> Certified palm free by Orangutan Alliance and endorsed by Palm Oil Investigations.
> Cruelty Free and Vegan Friendly.
> Supporting Australian local businesses, growers, and communities.
> Reduces plastic waste from commercial cleaning products.
Directions: To use, swish into dish water to create suds. Rinse dishes with a little white vinegar added to the rinse water.
Want to look after your soap? Read our Self Secrets tips on how to increase longevity at: https://urthlyorganics.com.au/blogs/shelf-secrets/5-ways-to-save-your-soap
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We recommend completing a patch test prior to use if you have sensitivities.
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Please Note: We get asked a lot how do I use this properly and is it good for greasy pots and pans? We make this using coconut oil which has the best properties for hard water and grease cutting, we have added sodium bicarbonate to help soften the water so the food and grease can wash off quicker and added essential oils (lemongrass + eucalyptus and lavender + peppermint) for their grease cutting and amazing smell. Any bar soap will not work as well as well-known brands of dish liquid but in saying that, there is a trick to hand-washing dishes using bar soap. Rinse your dishes after washing and wash greasy pots and pans last. The trick is as a splash of vinegar to your rinse water. If you have not got 2 sinks, use a tub or bucket (this can go on the garden), if your water is really oily, empty sink, wipe out and run a fresh sink, as hot as you can.
Please get in touch if you are having further trouble so we can help offer solutions.