Natural dish liquid soap is safe for septic systems.

Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Dish Soap Lemon Verbena, 16 Fluid Ounce (Pack of 3)


Hey Ashlie, Awesome! I’m so glad you’re enjoy this dish soap!

Hi there! I just recently discovered your blog and am loving it. I scrolled through some of the comments, but there are just so many. I’m wondering if this not only keeps icky ingredients/toxins out of the house, but also saves money on store bought dish soaps? Thanks!

Thanks so much! I’m definitely going to try this recipe. How would you adapt it for thick, liquid hand soap? Also, I’ve seen recipes that use dish soap to make laundry detergent. I’m having a problem with oil stains on my clothes from picking up kiddos with homemade lotion on them (almond & coconut oil, etc). Thanks again!

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Jul 19 2011, 06:52 AM
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I typically buy whatever smell strikes my fancy, but I used to like Dove dishwashing liquid, too. I've been buying the Gain dishwashing soap lately, just because I've had coupons and I like the smell. I am in agreement with you ladies. If it isn't broke...don't fix it!

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I am really excited to make my own dish soap but I am concerned with it not killing things like ecoli. Are there certain ingredients that kill the nasties on the dishes, cutting boards etc?

I was wondering the same thing! I hate the gelled liquid soaps, but I love the liquid Dr. Bronner’s. I just started trying to live naturally, so I’m just now stumbling on to this recipe and haven’t had time to try it yet. BUT, I did find a completely natural clear dish soap that I could purchase already made, but it’s a little high. I found it at Walmart for under $5 a bottle, but you can also find it on Amazon.