- Naturally-scented, biodegradable automatic dishwasher tablets for tough, stuck-on food
- Non-toxic formula washes away food on dirty flatware, dishes, and glasses
- Plant-based and mineral ingredients
- Easy to use
- Made in green factories
Ingredients Concern: Fragrance (Parfum: Limonene) is an allergen that has a 3-6 EWG score, depending on its usage
Cons: Eye irritant, Avoid eye contact, If in eyes, rinse with water for 15 minutes, If irritation persists, call a doctor, If swallowed, call a doctor
Sodium citrate is frequently added to cleaning products .
Sodium carbonate peroxide has anti-microbial properties that support proper cleansing of various surfaces .
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), sodium carbonate is found naturally in soil and water, it does not appear to cause adverse effects on wildlife or contaminate water, and is therefore, considered green .
Dishwasher cleaner (Dishes, glasses, flatware) [1-3]
Sodium citrate is widely used in phosphate-free cleansers and liquid detergents . Its main constituent is citric acid, which is biodegradable and weakly toxic, making it a favorable cleaning agent.
The antimicrobial properties of sodium carbonate peroxide make it a beneficial additive to cleansers and it is environmentally (e.g., fish) friendly in low concentrations .
Sodium carbonate is a strong alkali base that is often added to green cleaning products due to its wide range of uses that include a microbicide, pH adjuster, fungicide, and herbicide .
Key Ingredients: Sodium Citrate, Sodium Carbonate Peroxide, Sodium Carbonate (% were not listed)
All Ingredients: Sodium Citrate, Sodium Carbonate Peroxide, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Carbonate/Disodium Disilicate, Fatty alcohol alkoxylate, Sodium Polyaspartate, Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine (TAED), Sodium Bicarbonate, Sorbitol, Bentonite, Subtilisin, Glycerin, Fragrance (Parfum: Limonene), Amylase, Sodium Gluconate
Remove large food scraps from dishes. use only one tablet per wash cycle. Remove the wrapper and place in the dispenser. Run the machine according to manufacturer's instructions. Kitchenware made from the following materials are not dishwasher-safe: silver, aluminum, brass, copper, crystal, antique or painted porcelain, plastic, wood, ivory and bone. Don't forget to remove the wrapper.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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2. Forwood JM, Harris JO, Landos M, Deveney MR. Histological evaluation of sodium percarbonate exposure on the gills of rainbow trout. Dis Aquat Organ. 2015;114(3):263-8.
3. United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Prevention, pesticides, and toxic substances (7510C), 2006. Reregistration eligibility decision for sodium carbonate - Weak mineral bases Retrieved from https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi/P100B5W6.PDF?Dockey=P100B5W6.PDF