Before we talk about the problem with liquid dish soap, we should discuss the container it used to sneak into our kitchens. When we see an empty pint-sized plastic water bottle, we almost always cringe. After all, that was a single-use item that quickly became a piece of troublesome trash. We seldom realize how many other single-use plastic containers we have around the house, not the least of which is our dish soap bottle.
Surely, by now, you’ve heard repeatedly about the environmental disasters embodied in single-use plastic containers and personal items. Still, every once in a while, a fact comes along that drives home once again the point that we are burying ourselves and our planet in junk plastic. The remedy for this startling revulsion is a good, zero-waste, toxin-free, chemical-free dish soap that smells pleasant, does an excellent job of cleaning, and won’t end up in the landfill.
Is there any way if we can indeed wash up without plastic waste? Well YES, we can do so with natural and organic ingredients great for clean plates, our planet EARTH and our health.
Many commercial dish soaps and liquids contain petroleum-based surfactants. Natural dishwashing bars enhance a non-toxic, zero-waste lifestyle. They are designed as a plastic-free and non-toxic kitchen cleaner and as a sustainable alternative to commercially produced liquids. The natural bars are vegan, septic tank safe, cruelty-free, phosphate-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free, fragrance-free, dye-free, gluten-free, and palm oil-free.
Switch to plastic-free, natural dish soap and leave your dishes sparkling clean in the natural, zero waste way!
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