Lavender and Peppermint Dish Soap

Lavender and Peppermint Dish Soap
To use, swish into dish water to create suds. Saves your hands while cleaning your dishes better ...
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To use, swish into dish water to create suds. Saves your hands while cleaning your dishes better and faster than other brands and commercial liquid. Handcrafted in small batches in central Victoria.

We have dish swishers available as a perfect device to use this soap. Place the soap in the stainless steel cage and just swish, Rinse dishes with a little white vinegar added to the rinse water.

Made with love using saponified oils (coconut), sodium bicarbonate, essential oil (lavender, peppermint). 100g

Certified palm free by Orangutan Alliance and endorsed by Palm Oil Investigations

we get asked a lot how do I use this properly and is it good for greasy pots an 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 lemongrass and eucalyptus essential oil 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 (everyone should rinse even if you are using dish liquid). In the old days of bar soap for dish washing everyone would rinse their dishes and wash greasy pots and pans last, if your put it pan is super oily scrape out first or wipe out with news paper.
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.
I hope this helps.
please get in touch if you are having further trouble so we can help offer solutions.

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