Friday, February 18, 2011

Method Dish Soap Review

Let's face it- no one likes those pots and pans that we have to hand wash because they don't fit in the dishwasher. From the casserole platter to the stir fry pan, dirty dishes have met their match.

This powerful dish soap is made up of natural ingredients, cleaning agents, and solvents. Eco-friendly advatages of the Method's ingredients are:
  • Non-toxic
  • Biodegradable
  • Derived from natural products such as coconut oil or corn sugar
  • Not irritating to skin
In addition, this product is concentrated so a little goes a long a way. Instead of cheap or generic soaps which contain excess water and other fillers, Method maximizes the ingredients. In turn, you will buy replacements less often. When you do replace, rinse out the container and recycle it.

Since I am such a huge fan of the laundry detergent,one container lasted me six months and smells great; I just had to try to the dishsoap. After a few test runs on various dishes- baking pans to plates to wine glasses, here are my results.
Advantages: cleans very wells, doesn't leave a film and the bottle looks good in my kitchen. It is also competitively priced compared to other eco-friendly dish soaps.

Disadvantages: smell is a bit too strong for my nose, so I'll probably try a different scent.
Conclusion: My love for Method products continues to grow. I will continue to use and recommend to all my friends!

A special thanks to the Method Team, always friendly and helpful!
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1 comment:

  1. Method gel hand soap contians methochloroisothiazonlinone and metholisothiazolinone...not natural.