Dish Washing Block

$7.50$15.50

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This zero waste, vegan dish washing block will change the way you forever wash your dishes! Our No Tox Life dish block produces a sudsy lather, and cuts stubborn grime and grease on your dirty dishes. The moisturizing coconut oil prevents your hands from drying out. This amazing all-in-one block will also take stains out...

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This zero waste, vegan dish washing block will change the way you forever wash your dishes! Our No Tox Life dish block produces a sudsy lather, and cuts stubborn grime and grease on your dirty dishes. The moisturizing coconut oil prevents your hands from drying out.

This amazing all-in-one block will also take stains out of laundry, labels off of jars, spot clean your carpet or couch, and will clean your counter tops.

The full size, multi-purpose block is 7.5 oz and will last up to 6 months, depending on usage, and with proper draining. If you use a sponge instead of a brush, it will last much longer!

Our sample sizes vary from 2-6 ounces, most being 3-4 ounces. Most samples are very regularly shaped with some imperfections, and some are crazy shaped. Each one is unique, with different widths. These are the manufacturers "uglies" that still work the same and are great for those wanting to try it out for the first time or to convert friends or family to a more eco-friendly option! Sample sizes greatly vary in size but most will last a single person who hand washes all dishes about 2-3 months. If you use a sponge instead of a brush, it will last longer!

Add on: Pair with our Loofah Scrubber to get all of your dishes, pots, and pans squeaky clean! Pair with our Soap Lift to keep it high and dry so it lasts 

How to use: Wet sponge or scrubber of choice and rub directly onto dish block to create suds. Wash & rinse. Works in both warm or cold water. We prefer warm water for best results. Keep bar dry by pairing with our Soap Lift and placing it in a bowl

Ingredients: 100% biodegradable coconut-based cleansers: sodium cocoate*, sodium cocoyl isethionate*, decyl glucoside*, quillaja saponaria extract**, glycerin*, aloe vera, purified water, sodium carbonate

*Cleansers From Coconut
**From The South American Soap Bark Tree

Palm-oil free, vegan, and zero waste. sulfate-free and paraben-free.

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The best dishwashing soap

I replaced our Mrs. Meyer’s dish soap with this block awhile ago and I haven’t looked back. Love that there’s no fragrance and it’s an absolute powerhouse that can tackle dishes, stoves, microwaves, countertops, floors, tons!

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J.D.
I was prepared to having

I was prepared to having to just “make do” with stuff I didn’t like as much in my quest to reduce our plastic use. However, it works really well, lots of suds. Another pleasant surprise was the shampoo bar. I have really thick long hair, but I had no trouble getting a good lather.

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More than a dish soap!

We use this for cleaning the countertops, the stove top, and to get stains out of clothes! Multipurpose and works great!

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E.
Love it!

Initally I was not a fan of the coconuty smell but it definitely grew on me over time. This is what natural ingredients should smell like. I love that it lathers just enough and doesnt leave any residue unlike some big brand products. I made the mistake of not purchasing the Soap Lift earlier so a portion of the block dissolved a lot faster than expected. But definitely would purchase again!

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Saved my hands!

This soap is amazing. Why do liquid dish soaps even exist when this formula works so well? I understand that a plastic bottle might seem "less messy" but if you have a soap dish (I just use a cute saucer from a thrift store), there's no problem at all. In fact, when I need to rinse the dish, I do so over a pot I need to wash anyway--so even that doesn't go to waste.

The most incredible part about this soap for me, and the reason I won't be purchasing liquid dish soap ever again (ZeroWasteStore-- you need to stay in business for me) is the effect on my hands and nails. I wish I had before and after pictures for you. I had accepted that my hands would never be soft, and my nails would never grow thanks to poor genetics. I was very wrong--it turns out the products I have been using my entire life have been my worst enemy. Shout out to Trader Joe's hand cream as well. I think the combination might be the key? In any case, since I started using this soap, the skin on my hands has completely changed. Think rough and scaly skin that I barely wanted to touch my four-year old with because it was so scratchy; skin that was so rough that it could catch on fabric. I hid my hands under the table at meals because they looked 20 years older than I was.

I have "people hands" now--not vulture claws. I have finger nails that are long enough to be kind of in the way. This has NEVER happened before in my life. I'm in my 30s. Don't laugh; this is a whole new world for me.

In sum, how awesome is it that a dish soap that doesn't harm the environment also actively improves your skin?