Lemon Myrtle Dishwasher Powder - 1 kg

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Description

Also available in  5 kg 

Our Lemon Myrtle Dishwasher Powder is boosted by the natural antibacterial and antifungal power of pure Australian lemon myrtle oil to leave your dishes clean and sparkling.

The concentrated sanitising and degreasing formula gives you up to 66 doses per kg and the built in rinse aid means you have one less product to buy.

  • Coloured and fragranced only with pure lemon myrtle oil
  • Cleans, degreases and sanitises
  • Earth safe and family safe
  • Biodegradable
  • Grey water and septic safe
  • No animal testing or animal products
  • Palm oil free
  • Super concentrated – up to 66 washes per kg
  • Built in rinse aid means 1 less product for you to buy

INGREDIENTS:
Pure Australian lemon myrtle oil (backhousia citriodora), sodium carbonate (washing soda), sodium percarbonate (oxy-action sanitiser and stain remover), pentasodium triphosphate & polyacrylic acid (water softeners), sodium metasilicate (mineral based corrosion inhibitor protects cutlery and dishwasher), disodium sulphate (adjusts pH), fatty alcohol alkoxylate (rinse aid).

 

Additional Details

SKU:
4200-1

14 Reviews

  • 5
    Fabulous

    Published by Jane on 28th Jul 2015

    This is a fabulous dishwasher powder not only does it clean the dishes perfectly it leaves the dishwasher sparkling clean and the smelling great.

  • 5
    Best Natural Product

    Published by Unknown on 9th Jul 2015

    I have tried many natural dishwashing detergents and this is the only one that thoroughly cleans the dishes and has a built-in rinse aid so I don't have to make a separate purchase.

  • 5
    Simply Fresh

    Published by Kathy on 4th Jun 2013

    Cleans well
    Value for money
    Fresh aroma
    Simply love it

  • 4
    Dishes

    Published by Unknown on 11th Apr 2013

    I am happy with the product although have only just started using it but I think there should be an easy way to measure the 'dose'. One and a half teaspoons is difficult and I have seen others in my family using more than they should.

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