Tropical Traditions recently sent me a gigantic 1 gallon jug of their Household Traditions Dish Liquid. And let me tell you, this stuff is awesome!
I haven’t noticed any difference in comparison to the usual eco-friendly dish liquid that I use, in terms of how clean it makes my dishes. Both this dish liquid and my regular brand easily clean anything that’s caked onto a dish without a problem. This is good news, because I tend to use my blender, food processor, and George Foreman grill on a regular basis, all of which can be a real pain to clean. So, in essence: Household Traditions Dish Liquid works really well.
The ingredient list is as follows: Deionized water, Coconut and sugar-based cleansing and sudsing agents, surfactants, emulsifiers.
The second item on that list frustrates me a little bit because it’s a very vague description. The last two items are also a bit vague, but the good thing is that all of these ingredients are approved as safe. It’s a nice, natural way to clean dishes, and this dish liquid is also free of fragrances, dyes and “other common triggers for respiratory or skin irritations” (I’m looking at you, Mary Anne ;)).
It’s neat that this dish liquid is based on coconut, which is a great moisturizer! So your hands get to be soothed while you clean your dishes.
But I think my favourite part about this dish liquid is the disclaimer on the front, which reads:
Caution: Use Common Sense. Mild eye irritant. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not drink.
Hehe! There aren’t many brands that will stamp the phrase Use Common Sense on their product label. I approve!
If you’d like to win your very own gallon jug of Household Traditions Dish Liquid, simply leave a comment below about any of the following:
- why you should win
- amusing labels that you have seen recently
- anything else related to dishes, dish-washing, and dish liquids.
Winner will be announced one week from today, on Wednesday, March 2nd.