As a follow-up to my last post about chemical free hand soap and dish soap, here’s what I like best for dishwasher gel.
It is a biodegradable formula that is chlorine-free and phosphate-free. Also, not tested on animals and made in the USA. Boom! Hits all my high points. Need a little more? The bottle is ALSO made from recycled plastic and is recyclable. The price is reasonable and you can find it online, on the Seventh Generation website, Amazon, in many local stores.
There’s not a lot else to say. It gets the job done, smells good, and has all the qualities I look for in an eco-friendly product. If you’re looking for an alternative to the phosphate-laden chemical product you’ve been using for years and you didn’t realize was harming the environment as well as possibly harming you, then here’s a great option to try for your dishwasher.
**Please note, I have not been compensated in any way for my opinion on this product; I simply like to share my product experiences with others in the hopes of exposing people to new ideas and products.
The supreme reality of our time is …the vulnerability of our planet.
~ John F. Kennedy
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