View Full Version : Biodegradable DISHWASHER detergent
Does anyone know if / where you can get biodegradable detergent to go in your dishwasher ie not just to wash up in the sink?
It has crossed my mind to try using napisan as it's biodegradable and kind of the right texture, but something tells me this would be a bad idea :o
ROFL - honey napisan and food??? hmm no!!!! :D
I'll have a think - I just use morning fresh - but if you find a bio one that works.. please tell me!!!
Ecostore auto dishwashing liquid may well be what you are after.
Thanks Maria! Where would I find that stuff do you think?
Try using bi-carb. It doesn't do a great job on pots etc, if you use your dishwasher for them, but otherwise it did a good job.
Not only is it diodegradable, but it's edible, so much more peace of mind using it. :D
And it's a lot cheaper.
Trinature, Envirocare and Ecologic all have dishwas stuff. As does Natural Instinct.
Ecobabe.com.au has a range of biodegradable products including household stuff.
I use Envirocleen dishwasher powder in my dishwasher, and have done for about 2 years.
It's $16.95 for a 1kg tub, but you only use 1 teaspoon per load (I use a measure to ensure I don't use too much), and it lasts me ages. And there is a $1.50 refund when you return the container to buy more.
I get mine from the health food shop.
It recommends on the label using just brown vinegar as a rinse aid, and that works well, too.
Thanks ror the info everyone! I bought some detergent today from the health food shop and I'll let you know how it went when I've used it!:)
Trinatures stuff is all really good and really concentrated yet you could drink it and it wont harm you ;)
Powered by vBulletin® Version 4.1.9 Copyright © 2013 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.