Chamomile Dishwashing Liquid
Looking for the safest, non-toxic naturally derived dishwashing liquid on the market?
Our extremely gentle, naturally derived dishwashing liquid cuts through tough grease and heavily baked on soils leaving your dishes gleaming bright and your glassware sparkling clean and streak free.
- Ideal for use on all dishes, pots, glassware, porcelain, delicate china and baby bottles.
- Plant based, naturally derived ingredients.
- PH balanced and non-toxic - exceptionally mild and non-irritating to even the most sensitive hands. PH level is 6.5.
- Leaves no toxic residues. Free from masking agents, synthetic perfumes, chlorine, nitrates, sodium laurel sulphates and phosphates. Free from all types of petroleum based products. No artificial perfumes used.
- Infused with the fresh & subtle aromas of chamomile and lime essential oil.
- Eco Responsible – 100% Biodegradable and biodegrades quickly.
- Due to its mildness, low toxicity and good solubilising power this product can be used as a fruit and vegetable wash at a ratio of a small amount to one sink of water. Leaves no aftertaste.
- Suitable in both a domestic and commercial setting.
- Gentle on sensitive skin. Suitable for those suffering from skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.
- Concentrated formula delivers outstanding value for money and reduces landfill.
- Plant Based Ingredients - reduces potential for algal blooms and marine toxicity.
- Can be used to clean surfaces that are sensitive to harsh acidic/alkaline ingredients.
- Safe for use around children and pets.
- Safely cleans and removes contaminants such as bacteria, dirt, waxes, chemicals, agricultural waste and pesticide residue from fruit and vegetables.
✔ Vegan friendly
✔ Grey water & Septic Safe
✔ Family Friendly
✔ Animal Cruelty Free
✔ 30 Day Money Back Guarantee - If you're not happy, we're not happy! We trust you will love our products 100%.
✔ All Tri Nature ingredients are sourced with a great deal of care and consideration of ethics, safety and sustainability