Dishwashing Liquid

Item# : 600403
Our ultra-concentrated, natural formula is made with biodegradable ingredients.
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355 ml
  • Ingredients
    • Water / Aqua
    • Glycerin (Vegetable derived) (Humectant)
    • Lauryl Glucoside (Surfactant)
    • Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (Surfactant)
    • Cocoamidopropyl Betaine (Surfactant/Cleaning Agent)
    • Sodium Citrate (Water Softener/Chelating Agent)
    • Clementine Essential Oil (Phthalate Free) (Fragrance/Scent)
    • Chloro-2-methyl-4 isothiazolin-3-one, Methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one (KATHON™) (Preservative)
  • Problem & Solution

    Most dishwashing liquids can get your dishes clean. But at what price? We’re not talking money - we’re talking subjecting your skin to the harmful chemicals found in conventional products. Your family deserves better!

    Norwex Dishwashing Liquid is free of toxic ingredients - it's a dynamic combination of a socially responsible formula and cleaning power in one that offers you peace of mind. Gentle to your hands and dishes, even fine china.

  • How To Use
    • Use 10 - 15 ml (about one tablespoon) in a sink full of water. Wash dishes using our Dish Cloth and rinse thoroughly
    • Do not mix with other cleaners or use in automatic dishwashers.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Removes grease and gets dishes super-clean 
    • Superior wetting action lets water drain off smoothly, giving your dishes a brilliant shine
    • Ultra concentrated and formula contains biodegradable ingredients
    • Great for glassware, flatware, china, pots and pans you don’t want to put in the automatic dishwasher
    • No manual drying necessary - just wash and air dry
    • Neutral pH so it’s gentle to your hands
    • Effective in hard water and suitable for septic tanks
    • Scented with Clementine essential oil
    • Container is recyclable, HDPE #2.
  • Did You Know?
    Many dish soaps contain unnecessary ingredients such as phosphates, which can create “dead zones” by washing into streams and rivers. They eventually make their way to the ocean, where they feed algae and bacteria, which can then grow uncontrollably, consuming much of the oxygen in the water. This in turn can cause fish and other ocean life to suffocate.