Retail Price: $49.99
Reward Points: 849
Natural Visions Super Concentrated Dish Soap leaves your dishes shiny and clean, while conditioning your hands with glycerin, aloe and vitamin E. Conveniently concentrated, this liter bottle will mix up to SIX 25oz. dispenser bottles of fresh Dish Soap. By utilizing super concentrates, you will save money and reduce your carbon footprint!
***IF THIS IS THE FIRST TIME ORDERING THIS ITEM BE SURE YOU ORDER THE NVXD25D (EMPTY DISPENSER BOTTLE) ALSO.***
Important! This Dish Soap is concentrated! If this is the first time you are ordering this product, please also order the 25oz Empty Dish Soap Dispenser Bottle (NVXD25D).
Luciously scented with soothing lavender, using Natural Visions Super Concentrated Dish Soap cleans your dishes without cleaning out your wallet! Kind to your dishes, your hands and the earth, this product contains no phosphates, bleaches, or enzymes.
Each Liter of this Super Concentrate makes up to 6 bottles of Dish soap, which washes up to 1250 sink loads of dishes.
Ingredients: Aqueous Concentrate of Biodegradable Anionic and Nonionic Surfactants, with Foam Boosters, Buffer Agent, Moisturizers, Antioxidant (Vitamin E), Aloe, Glycerin, Fragrance and Colorants (Free & Clear Contains No Fragrance or Colorants). Contains No Phosphates, Bleach, or Enzymes.
Keep out of the Reach of Children. Never mix household chemicals.
Adding Super Concentrated Dish Soap to Dispenser Bottle: Shake Super Concentrate thoroughly. Add 12 1/2 tablespoons (6.25 oz.) of Super Concentrate to 25 oz. Dispenser. (Fill to Starred Line on Dispenser). Fill Dispenser with water. Shake thoroughly to activate.
Directions for Use: Dispense small amount into running sink water. Agitate water to produce suds. Wash dishes with soapy water and sponge. Rinse thoroughly.
At Liquid Soap Products, we are committed to providing superior products which are environmentally friendly. Using this Concentrated Liter Bottle of Cream Soap will keep SIX plastic bottles out of your landfill. Please protect our Earth's precious resources by recycling.