Our zero-waste vegan Dish Block® dishwashing soap is a cleaning powerhouse with a rich, sudsy lather. Cuts stubborn grime and grease on dishes, pots and pans. With added aloe vera to be gentle on your hands.
You can even use it for cleaning-duty all over your home. Take stains out of laundry, take labels off of jars, spot clean your carpet, use it to wipe down counters... it's a truly multipurpose product.
Each 5.9 oz bar of dish soap will last a LONG time. Time estimates vary based on household size and number of dishes washed.
The HUGE 21.5 oz bar is great for intense industrial use, like in a pottery studio, mechanic shop, or daycare center. We have been using ours for months at the studio sink and it's about halfway used. For one person at home, it can last up to 9-18 months. For a household of two people, it can last up to 4.5-9 months. For larger households, it will typically be used at a faster rate.
Recommended: Pair with an Eco-Sponge for plates, bowls and cups, and a Moso Bamboo Soap Shelf to keep it drained and dry between uses. We also now have our short handled White Teakwood Agave Dish and Vegetable hand brush for stuck on food and general dish washing.
How to use: Scrape dishes to remove excess grease and food. Wet sponge, for plates, bowls and cups, and rub Dish Block® bar to create suds. (Repeat as needed to refresh suds.) Wash items and rinse well. Works in warm or cold water. We prefer warm water for best results. For pots and pans, use a scrubber or scourer.
For extra sparkly dishes: wipe dishes dry with a cloth.
Pro kitchen tip: Use the same Dish Washing Block™ suds to clean your sink when it gets dirty, this can be used on porcelain, stainless, stone and glass sinks safely. We have seen customers use it to clean dirty & stained oven top surfaces as well!
Please note: using a strong scourer exclusively on the block will wear it down faster than using a soft sponge.
(Due to the handmade and hand cut nature of this product, there will be imperfections, chips, cracks, fissures and roughness on the bar and rough variations on the surface, this is normal.)