There are many dish soaps on the market that allow you to clean while helping the environment. Environmentally friendly dish soaps have come a long way, and they are able to clean and degrease effectively. Find some great examples of "green cleaning" that you can try.
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A few drops of Life Tree Dish Soap cuts grease and lifts away food. It does a nice job on dishes and is soft and gentle on hands. Environmentally conscious consumers will appreciate the super concentrated formula that uses a smaller bottle. Others may like the gentleness and full disclosure of ingredients. Life Tree does not test on animals or use animal ingredients. If you're looking for a real environmentally friendly dish soap, look at Life Tree.
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This formula from LifeTree is highly concentrated and requires just a few drops for a full sink of dirty dishes. LifeTree is committed to cutting down on packaging and using post-consumer recycled bottles. The dish soap has aloe and herbal extracts to help keep your hands smooth and protected.
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Method dish liquid works without leaving a thick residue to rinse away. It is ultra concentrated, and trust me, a little goes a long way. The bottle design is unique and functional. Simply lift and squeeze to release a small amount of dish liquid directly from the bottom of the bottle. No gunky lids, or turning over the bottle. Try the mint, lavender, and cucumber formulas as well.
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Seventh Generation provides quality products free from chlorine, phosphates and guaranteed to be biodegradable. The Lavender variety has a refreshing scent that helps make the dishwashing experience a success. Seventh Generation's dish soaps suds up and clean as well as any other brand with the added benefit of being environmentally friendly. The dish soap also comes in a citrus, green apple, and free and clear varieties.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Bio Pac's dish soap with aloe and tea tree oil comes in a fresh aloe scent. Check out their commitment to green cleaning and natural ingredients. As a bonus, the company donates 10 percent of its profits to wilderness preservation.