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Thursday, August 28, 2008

Green Dish Soap

Thanks to Mom Central I was sent a bottle of Clorox Green Works Natural Dishwashing Liquid. I've been slowly trying to use more "green" products and this was a great chance to try one out. The dishwashing soap is 99% natural and I found it worked just as well as other dish soap brands.

Joe usually wears gloves when he washes dishes because his fingers become really red and irritated if he doesn't. He hasn't needed to wear the gloves at all since using this dish soap. It really is easy on the hands and strong enough to get the dishes cleaned.

It comes in 5 scents: Original, Water Lily, Tangerine, Free & Clear and Simply Lemon. We tried Natural and that had a nice, light, scent that wasn't overpowering.

I think I've found myself a new dish soap because the price is definitely easy on the wallet...it ranges between $2.99 to $3.59.

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chelle said...

Very cool. I am always watching for products that go down the sink friendly now that we live next to the ocean.

ChupieandJ'smama said...

We've been using Seventh Generation or Method. But I've used the Green Works other products and really like them. I'll have to try the dish soap too. Thanks for the review :)

Jill said...

The stuff we can get here is so gross... I think I may have to add this to my next drugstore.com order!

Melissa said...

thank you for sharing! My hands/fingers get really, really irriated unless I use Seventh Generation. I will try this one too! Thanks Michelle!

Sandra said...

I've been using all the Green Works products for two months and I love it, I won't go back to anything else.

Bonita said...

Interesting. I'll have to give it a try.

Christina said...

Kewl! I bought the cleaning products from this same line and I love them! When I am out of my dish liquid I'll give this a try too!

Killlashandra said...

This is one of those products I've always thought about trying and haven't. Maybe I'll get motivated on that next trip to Wally world. Although I do use the eco friendly dishing washing detergent and find that works pretty well. :)