Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Tropical Traditions Dish Liquid - Review (And a Giveaway)

I wanted to introduce you all to a great Dish Liquid I was able to try...............

About Household Tropical Traditions Dish Liquid  (from the website)

it is free of:
• Fragrances
• Dyes
• Petroleum Solvents
• Respiratory and Skin irritants

Household Traditions Dish Liquid is an effective & concentrated dish soap developed by and for people with allergies, asthma and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.* Household Traditions Dish Liquid is a coconut-based product - it contains nature's versatile, renewable harvest. With coconut's natural moisturizing qualities, washing dishes is even soothing… to your hands. Household Traditions Dish Liquid is safe for you but tough on dirty, greasy dishes. It breaks down safely and rapidly making it safer for the environment. It is also low sudsing, making it ideal for camping or other outdoor uses. Household Traditions Dish Liquid is free of fragrances, phosphates, petroleum solvents, chlorine, dyes and other common triggers for respiratory or skin irritations.

My review:

I am not one of the lucky ones, I do not have a dishwasher.. Well I do technically have one, my hands (and my husband's hands) we have to clean the dishes the old fashioned way, not something I love to do believe me.

But I love to cook, when I can. When I do cook make a ton of dishes for one meal. My husband says that I make entirely too many dirty dishes, well he is probably right. I just grab a new dish for just about each ingredient. I was lucky enough to be able to try coconut based Tropical Traditions dish liquid. The  dish liquid is free of fragrances, dyes,  and  skin irritants.

I loved the way it smelled, a light clean smell. The liquid was a powerful dish cleaner, that filled the dish pan with bubbles that last. I was impress about how little detergent you need to use to get a great amount of bubbles. I was able to wash the dishes without my hands drying out (I have found that this happens when I use cheaper dish liquid) my hands are soft, and my dishes are clean. What more could a mom as for? Well I love when my hubby has soft hands and clean dishes. (this means I have a break from doing the dishes! My hubby is a sweetie that helps me out as much as he can.)

The dish liquid comes in a gallon for $29.50. A gallon has 128 oz my old dish liquid was 12oz. This gallon size is about ten of my old bottles.  I will be using this gallon for a long time, and being able to just use a little at a time, that is just great! 

The great people at Tropical Traditions have offered one of my winners a chance to win a gallon of Dish Liquid. Would you like a chance to win a huge bottle of great dish liquid? Please enter below.

Buy it: 

Please visit Tropical Traditions to purchase. 

Win it:

One winner will win a gallon of Tropical Traditions dish liquid a $29.50 value.

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received a sample of detergent to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


BethElderton said...

I'd love to try the Raw Canadian Honey!
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Jody Sisson said...

I have tried the Powdered Laundry Detergent, it worked really well.
jodysis at windstream dot net

Sue D said...

I like their gold label virgin coconut oil.

laura said...

I would love to try the coconut oil and cream and peanut butter
Laura bell hull at aol dot com

Nancy said...

My favorite product is the organic fruit spreads, but I really want to try the raw organic honey.

Carolyn Daley said...

I like the organic tea tree liquid soap

SaraLee said...

I would like to try the laundry soap

Bonnie P said...

The All Purpose Cleaner sounds great!

Kathy P said...

id love to try the benefact carpet cleaner

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