Common Good Dish Soap Refill Box, 48 Fl Oz - Common Good Common Good Dish Soap Refill Box, 48 Fl Oz - Common Good

Common Good Dish Soap Refill Box, 48 Fl Oz

$19.99

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Refill your glass and plastic all-purpose cleaner bottles with this low-plastic refill box. Over 83% less plastic, to be specific.

You can recycle the packaging when it's empty. Be sure to keep those bottles because both plastic and glass will last hundreds of years. 

LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE

Quick Summary

  • 48 oz bag-in-box
  • 3 refills of either Common Good glass or plastic bottle
  • concentrated formula cuts through a sink full of dishes
  • great on pots and pans but gentle on hands
  • plant-based with 100% pure essential oil scents
  • concentrated biodegradable formula
  • no parabens or sulfates
  • free of synthetic fragrance, phthalates, dye, chlorine bleach, and ammonia.
  • cruelty-free (Leaping Bunny certified)
  • made in U.S.A.

Packaging Spotlight

This box holds to 3 refills if you're using a 16oz bottle. By weight, this box uses 83% less plastic than the equivalent plastic bottles. It is made from recyclable cardboard and plastic. See this page for more information about how to recycle this packaging. 

Product Information

The best dish soap should disappear grease whilst still moisturizing hands, right? Well, our all-natural dish soap is made with a concentrated formula that cuts through a sink full of dishes without the use of harsh chemicals that lead to dry skin. Rest assured that our non-toxic cleaning products are formulated with gentle, plant-based ingredients which are Leaping Bunny Certified and safe for kids, pets and the environment. For all those eco-friendly sinks out there, our green dish soap is readily biodegradable, meaning it naturally breaks down quickly without leaving any toxins in the environment! 

Full Ingredient List

Water, decyl glucoside, cocamidopropylamine oxide, lauramine oxide, phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin, (essential oil).

 

Now you can even if you don't live near a refill station...