• They remove residual food as well as bacteria.

  • They are formulated to be tough on dirty dishes but kind to hands.

Safe use

  • Keep away from children.

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  • Keep away from eyes. If product gets into eyes rinse thoroughly with water.
  • Do not ingest. If product is ingested then seek medical advice.

Sustainable use

  • Choose products that have the Charter for Sustainable Cleaning logo on their label, this indicates that you are choosing a product that meets strict sustainability criteria.

  • If you wash your dishes, fill the sink or a basin and do not wash them under running water.

  • Wash the dishes straight after the meal, this will make washing-up much easier and also help save water.

  • Before you start, scrape the remaining food from plates.

  • For dried-on or burnt food stains, soak dishes in hot water, as hot as possible, with a small drop of washing-up liquid. This will make washing up easier and help save water.

  • Use the correct amount of washing-up liquid – follow the instructions on the label.

  • Start by washing less-soiled items first and leave the dirtier, greasier items until last. This will help the washing-up water last longer.

  • A dishwasher uses ten times less water and three times less energy than washing the dishes by hand.