Dish Washing Block - Vegan
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Around one million plastic bottles are bought every minute worldwide. Only half of that number gets recycled. We almost always consider our use of plastic beverage containers when attempting to reduce our waste, but inconspicuous, everyday items like plastic dish soap bottles are more difficult to find eco-friendly replacements for. However, they are still significant contributors to our ecological footprints.
A simple swap from single-use bottled soaps to an eco-friendly dishwashing block will reduce your plastic waste and carbon footprint a lot more than you might think.
- Each Vegan Dish Block Lasts 2-6 Months (Depending On Use) Before You Need to Restock. Something We Love About Zero-Waste Is That Saving the Planet Also Means Saving Yourself Time & Money.
- Eco-Friendly Dish Block Serves Diverse Purposes like Cutting Through Grease Dishes, Removing Clothing Stains, Removing Labels From Jars, and More. The More Creative Uses You Find, the More Waste You Eliminate and the More Money You Save!
- Non-Toxic, No Harsh Chemicals, & 100% Safe for Daily Use. That Means There’s No Chance That Anything Toxic Will End Up In the Oceans From Using These Blocks!
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (plant-derived), Decyl Glucoside (plant-derived), Sodium Cocoate (plant-derived), Quillaja Saponaria (from the South American soap bark tree - organic), Glycerin (plant-derived), Aloe Vera Leaf (organic), Purified Water, Sodium Carbonate (mineral-derived)
What’s NOT in it?
- No palm oil
Instructions For Use
- Instead of pouring the soap on your dishes, grab a wet cloth towel, sponge, or scrubbing brush and rub it all over the block until it suds. Just wash your dishes as usual and rinse thoroughly! It’s that easy.
- Regular Size 5.9oz - 3" x 4" x 1"
- Huge Size 21.5 oz - 3.5" x 3.5" x 3"
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
It does perfectly the job, and I also use it to wash my hands after cleaning the kitchen. Very happy with it!
When there's a particularly greasy dish or pan, we resort to a bit of Dr. Bronners; for most circumstances, the bar works well. When there are just a few bits left, I dissolve them in a little water in the bottle from the last liquid dish soap we used to get a few more washes out of the tidbits.
I'm new to dish bars, but I'm loving it. Easy to use and does a great job! So far, so good
I use this soap with a sponge and a boar bristle brush for stuck on foods. For really greasy pans (e.g. bacon) I will wash them twice to get them squeaky clean. Rinsing the sponge and reapplying the soap works best. I had to do this with liquid dish soap too, but I need less with the block. We are a family of six, and a block will last 4-6 months.
I did everything that was recommended in the email but it seemed nothing helped. It says you don’t need much but you actually do to get any kind of grease off and then I feel like I’m wasting more water trying to rinse off the oily layer. Leaves oily layer on glassware. Had to re-rinse after drying. I don’t mind using this for small, quick washings but after a day of cooking for three kids and cleaning up the mess of pots and pans not to mention their dishes, i need something that works quick. I like the idea, I want to use less plastic so bad and I have tried other companies with like boxed soaps but theirs weren’t good either. Boxed soap or bar soap it just needs to do the job quick and efficient I don’t need anything to smell pretty or be soft on my hands I just need the job done. Please don’t give up though
It is soap! It leaves a film on everything it touches.
I'm new to dishwashing bars though this is the second one I've tried and far superior to the first one. It's long lasting and does a great job of cleaning.