Friday, May 20, 2011

A Natural Dish Washing Liquid That Works

I have been searching for a natural dish washing liquid for months that could get rid of grease, leave my glasses clear and clean and be gentle on the environment. While walking through the store, I noticed a white bottle of dish washing liquid on the shelf. The green leaf logo stood out like a green thumb (no pun intended), which made me think of gardening, and nature. Then I thought, this might be a natural product, so I walked over to the shelf, and lo and behold it was! I have heard of this brand before, but last time I tried their product was 7-8 years ago and I wasn't impressed. But I was truly fed up with the anti bacterial liquids and thought I would give them another try.

As a family, we cook a lot in cast iron skillets coated with olive oil, and butter. So of course, this splatters everywhere while we pan fry steaks, chicken and pork and even transfers to the plates. I put Seventh Generation's Lavender Floral and Mint dish liquid to the test. It cleaned the grease spatter on the stove, it cleaned the grease off the plates and even left the glasses shiny.
I might add, I have only been using this product for two weeks, so I haven't been using it long, but I am hooked. Believe me, I was skeptical of this product, but have had no problems with it so far. It does what it claims it will and uses plant derived and mineral modifiers to do it. The label even lists all of the ingredients, so there are no questions. Oh yeah, and I forgot to mention that the bottle is made from recycled plastic too.

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