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Zero Waste Dish Washing Block Soap - Free Shipping
Zero Waste Dish Washing Block Soap - Free Shipping
Zero Waste Dish Washing Block Soap - Free Shipping

Zero Waste Dish Washing Block Soap - Free Shipping

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These amazing zero-waste, vegan dishwashing blocks are cleaning powerhouses with a rich lather. They easily cut stubborn grease and grime on dishes, pots and pans. They also have aloe vera to be gentle on your hands.

In addition to being a great no plastic alternative in the kitchen, they also take stains out of laundry, labels off of jars, spot clean your carpet, and can be used to wipe down counters.  It's a truly multipurpose product that can be used to clean your entire home!

They are best utilized on our sustainable custom Bamboo Soap Dish that makes the block last longer while keeping it in place.

These 8 oz bars last a LONG time. After using ours for months at the kitchen sink we are finally starting to put a dent in it. 

Pair with our hand made plastic free dish brush for scouring pots and pans, and our hand made plastic free pot scrubber for tough short handled jobs.

How to use: Remove excess grease and food from dishes. Wet sponge or scrubber and rub dish soap block to create lather. (Repeat as needed to refresh) Wash items and rinse well. Works in warm or cold water. We like warm water for best results.

What do they smell like:  They have a subtle fresh minty smell thats not overpowering, but clean and refreshing.

Ingredients: aloe and South American soap bark extract, Coconut-based cleansers, Vegan. Sulfate-free. Paraben-free. Palm-free. 

In The Box: The package contains one 8 oz.block

Handmade in Los Angeles

Shipping practices - All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning.  No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.