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    Default I've run out of dishwashing liquid...

    So I've run out of dishwashing liquid...what else can I use until I can get to the shops?

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    Sounds strange but salt in the really hot water & then rinse once washed
    I've run out before n my MIL told me to do this works pretty well

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    Mum always used shampoo when in a bind. I've used it once or twice and it seemed to work. They need a good rinse though, was all I found

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    I ended up using bubble bath!! lol

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    Lol well whatever works when needed i always buy the big $1 home brand Coles dish liq now so don't run out anymore but I have used it as wash liquid for clothes when ran out of that lol

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    I'd just use really hot water. Or maybe you could try vinegar and bi-carb, that seems to work for everything else?

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