Dish Splash Bar

£6.00

In stock

Are you looking for an eco-friendly dish soap? Then look no more! Primal Suds have made this awesome Dish Splash Bar that cleans dishes really well and doesn’t leave any residue on them.

Description

Wise words from Primal Suds: Palm oil free, Vegan, Environmentally friendly and doesn’t contain any of these “Naturally Derived” eco swerves. It’s got FOUR ingredients…simples.

Obviously with all eco products it ain’t gonna be as easy as a squirt, a bubble up and it’s done…you will need to put a bit of work in washing ya dirty ole dishes mate.

Sulfate-free and paraben-free.

Size: 125 grams.

To Use

  • Fill up sink with hot water
  • Get your bar of DISH SPLASH wet
  • Rub a brush, cloth or whatever on the soap
  • Get dirty items wet
  • Wash
  • Rinse
  • Dry dishes
  • Keep DISH SPLASH dry between dishes, we recommend a mini soap ladder or soap dish that has drainage

Safety:

  • Do not eat
  • Supervise when using with children
  • Be careful when using hot water

Disclaimer: As with all soap products, hard water areas may struggle to get a bubble, but bubbles don’t clean anyway……Whoever said bubbles do the cleaning anyway…bubbles are just bubbles….google “Do bubbles clean” and you’ll see ya’ll. In fact bubbles just get in the way of dish washing because they are a ball ache to rinse off init.

Ingredients

Sodium cocoate (Coconut oil), Aqua, Glycerin*, Sodium carbonate

*Naturally occurring in soap making process

Primal Suds

We love the funky look and fun scents of the Primal Suds range.

The owners Andrew and Jen created Primal Suds because they wanted to move away from conventional soaps. Like us, they wanted to know what exactly is being absorbed into our bodies. What started off as them making soap for themselves quickly became Primal Suds.

The name Primal Suds reflects taking soap making back in time where mother nature provided the ingredients for soap.

All their products are natural and free from parabens, SLS and artificial fragrance. They don’t and won’t use palm oil, instead they use rapeseed oil which is kinder to the planet.

All their packaging is compostable and all their products are vegan and cruelty free (i.e., not tested on animals).