Hand-made in small batches using only quality ingredients from local producers who respect the earth and the people involved in their production, I am passionate about making beautiful soap and cleaning products that are gentle on your skin and on the earth.
Made from 100% pure and certified organic coconut oil, these dishwashing bar soaps are what you need when you want sparkling clean dishes with nothing nasty going down the drain! Replace your synthetic dish detergent and plastic bottles with one of these babies in a small bowl next to your sink, rub-a-dub your damp dishcloth or scrubbing brush onto the soap, give the dishes a quick rinse after washing them, and enjoy your clean dishes and conscience!
Ingredients: Niulife certified organic coconut oil, distilled water, homegrown lemon juice, lye, lime essential oil, cedarwood essential oil.
Each bar weighs approximately 100g when packed (there may be slight variations from bar to bar as they are all handmade).
HOW TO USE: 1. Scrape/rinse dishes to remove excess foodscraps. 2. Wet cloth or scrubbing brush, then rub the cloth/brush on the soap bar until a small amount has transferred. 3. Wash/wipe dishes with your soapy cloth/brush. 4. Rinse sudsy dishes under running water or in sink filled with water.
TIP 1: If using a dish cloth (rather than a scrubbing brush), have a separate one to the one you use to wipe benches, and keep this dishwashing one in a bowl next to your soap. This way, you don't have to rinse it out each time you have finished doing the dishes, which makes the most of every last little bit of soap as well as saves water.
TIP 2: Pop any small pieces of your dish soap into a soap pouch to use up every last bit. Use your pouch directly as your washing cloth, or rub your dish cloth onto the pouch to transfer the sudsy goodness.
Want some extra tips? Here we go... 1. You can also use your dish soap bar as a laundry stain remover - simply rub on any stains (wet the fabric first), leave to soak in for a little, then pop the stained item in the wash as usual. 2. Use it to clean your sink, stove, benches or oven - just rub it over the surface, then wipe off with a damp cloth and spray of vinegar. 3. You can also use it on carpets! Dampen the stain, rub your soap over the stain, leave briefly then absorb the suds with a damp cloth.