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Organic / Paleo / safe dish wash?
« on: March 15, 2009, 09:02:02 am »
Forgive me, I don't wash the dishes, our maids do this for us.

I just realized our maids are using common corporate made dish wash detergent (JOY) which is as usual toxic.

What non-toxic and safe methods, materials of dish washing material do you use?
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Re: Organic / Paleo / safe dish wash?
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2009, 09:18:58 am »
I get stuff from my local health food store that is supposedly non toxic and environmentally friendly. There's a lot of brands of that stuff here in USA, Seventh Generation and Ecover are two I know of.

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Re: Organic / Paleo / safe dish wash?
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2009, 08:53:06 pm »
I get stuff from my local health food store that is supposedly non toxic and environmentally friendly. There's a lot of brands of that stuff here in USA, Seventh Generation and Ecover are two I know of.

I use Ecover too. I used to use standard washing-up liquid but it's a hassle as the stuff remains, to a tiny extent, after the plate has been washed, so that there's an aftertaste of detergent if one puts new meat on the supposedly clean plate. I think(?) that Ecover is so designed as to not leave traces sticking to the plates.
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Re: Organic / Paleo / safe dish wash?
« Reply #3 on: March 16, 2009, 12:29:05 am »

  You all might want to try to just use hot water and a sponge.  I find that especially when 'raw' the fat or particles simply dissolve off the plate etc.  Any soap residues are so obnoxious to me.

 

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