Dish Washing Detergent biodegradable 15g (sample size)
Biodegradable dishwashing detergent 15g (sample size)
Try a sample of our natural dishwashing detergent, as it is the ideal eco-friendly substitute for dishwasher tabs because it is both biodegradable, affordable and very economical.
- Due to its highly concentrated formulation, only 2-3 tablespoons are needed for the best wash results; you can wash up to 200 times.
- The cleanest result ever is achieved by an innovative 4-fold power formula that is exclusively built for use with all popular environmental programmes.
- Effective silver, stainless steel, and glass corrosion protection in an environmentally acceptable solution
Suitable for all dishwashers. Dishes that can't go in the dishwasher, wooden-handled cutlery, and wooden cutting boards should all be hand-washed. In accordance with the dosage directions, add the product to the dosing chamber.
- 10 g (1-2 tablespoons) for dishes with minimal soiling
- 15 g (2–3 tablespoons) for typically filthy dishes
- 23 g (3-4 teaspoons) for dishes that are really dirty
We also advise using the Ha-Ra rinse aid and the Ha-Ra special salt for the best rinsing results.
The product should be kept in a cool, dry area. Please hand-wash non-dishwasher safe dishes, wooden handle cutlery, and wooden cutting boards (e.g. with Hans Raab Concentrated Protective Formula). As directed by the appliance, pour the product into the dosing section.
Due to the extremely concentrated formula, 2-3 tablespoons of powder are all that are required for the best possible rinsing outcome. The cleaner was created specifically for all popular green programmes and is especially eco-friendly because it biodegrades more quickly. Even tenacious filth is cleaned while also providing corrosion protection for glass, stainless steel, and silver.
Please take note that nothing else will be clean if your dishwasher's filter is dirty. You must first pull off the bottom rack in order to get to the filter, which is situated beneath the bottom spray arm. Look in the appliance handbook or on the manufacturer's website if you're unclear how to remove it. To get clean results and keep the machine in good shape, it's crucial to eliminate anything that could clog the filter.
- Lock the filter, remove it, and clean it in a sink of hot, running water.
- Use a brush or Viva fibre to scrape the mesh screen and plastic frame to remove any dirt or grease that has become stuck in the crevices. After that, wash it with water.
- Lock the filter and reinstall it.
Keep the product properly closed in a cool, dry environment.
Polycarboxylates, enzymes, non-ionic surfactants, less than 5% phosphates, 15–30% oxygen-based bleach, and fragrance
General Kitchen Cleaning Advice:
To eliminate any calcium buildup from glasses, electric cookers, and coffee makers, use a natural citric acid. Since crumbs, scraps, or spills could be hiding in your toaster, microwave, and other appliances, you should regularly inspect them to prevent the growth of bacteria. Cleanse and dry them to prevent bacteria from growing there. Use them to help keep your fridge clean and hygienic, but be sure to keep any food products covered and clearly marked with the date you opened. By doing this, you'll avoid letting something fester in the back and will know straight away when something needs to be thrown out. One effective way to keep on top of this is to perform a fridge audit every bin day and discard everything that is no longer needed.