Packed with cleaning power, this liquid dish soap cuts through grease for spot-free, sparkling clean dishes. Made with plant-based and mineral ingredients, this biodegradable formula is tough on stuck-on food, but gentle on your skin and the planet. All you need is just one squeeze for a sink full of dirty dishes.
We believe that there are many shades of green. As such, it's our goal to offer you a variety of green alternatives. For example, you could choose castile soap in a glass jar or a dish soap bar if you want to ditch plastic. But if you want a product that is more like what you're used to using, then this is a great choice.
0% Fragrance or dyes or chlorine
Made with renewable, plant and mineral-based ingredients
Cuts through greasy grime with sudsing action
Suitable for Septic
EWG gives it an A
Made in the USA
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? Our hope is that you ditch the Dawn, Joy, and Methods of the world because they're not Earth Friendly. WAIT! Did you just read METHOD is not good for the planet. Yep. Take a moment to surf the EWG site on dish washing soaps and type in your former favorites, their scores may surprise you. And when you're ready, try our Dish Soap Bar or if you prefer to stick with a liquid, Castile soap.
PACKAGING The bad news is it's in plastic, but the good news is that the bottle is made Plantplastic® (proprietary plant-sourced plastic made from sugarcane) and post-consumer recycled plastic (PCR). It is #2 recyclable.
ABOUT THE COMPANY Our mission is to create powerful cleaning products that won't harm the planet or the people on it. We are protectors of the planet and scientists with a conscience. Who believe sparkly dishes shouldn’t have side effects. We know nature provides us with plenty of powerful ingredients. And toxins never make anything better. So we look to bees for inspiration and plants for innovation. And create our fragrances with butterflies in mind. We support lab coats, not lab animals. We like to hug trees in our spare time. We introduced the world’s first phosphate-free laundry detergent. And make plastic derived from sugarcane. Now we’re setting new production standards under a greenhouse roof. We consider cleaning our chance to make the world a better place. And believe green should be anaturalway of life. We may have a 30-year head start, but we invite everyone to follow in our footsteps.
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