I abosolutly adore Tropical Traditions. If you are a regular reader on the site then you know I have had the pleasure of trying many of their products. I am trying to find products for my home that are more environmental friendly. I believe that we have to teach our kids to respect the earth or well, it just may not be here.
Tropical Traditions the one of the best sources for all natural products. From food to household products they have what you need. I was thrilled to get the chance to review their dishwasher detergent. Their dishwasher detergent is non-toxic and environmentally safe with no harmful by-products upon decomposition. It's also ultra concentrated so you can use half as much as your normal detergent. You really need to check out their full line of products which includes their Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil(What is Virgin Coconut Oil?) .
I will admit I am not normally a powder detergent gal, both dishwasher and laundry. The stuff I have used in the past has clumped and not gotten completely dissolved. When I reviewed their laundry detergent I was thrilled with the quality. Well, their dishwasher detergent didn't let me down either. We go through A LOT of dishes it seems so we can easily do 2-3 loads in the dishwasher. The best part of this detergent is that I use just a small amount of this environmentally friendly detergent and it still packs a HUGE punch. My dishes come out sparkly clean and I feel good knowing I used something so good for my planet.
That's right! The super fantastic folks over at TT are giving one lucky reader their all natural non-toxic powdered dishwasher detergent. WhooHoo.. oh wait, I can't enter can I? Well you can and it ends 8/3/12. Make sure you do the mandatory entry or all your others will be voided. US and Canadian residents can enter. Good Luck!
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