In Europe, soap bars are often all purpose cleaning agents, and in the US, Castile or Bastille solid soap bars are used in various household cleaning tasks. Wild Water Soapery’s take on this popular bar is a simple white bar, rich in coconut, olive, and lemon oil, specially formulated to clean dishes, counters and whatever else you would clean with a natural castile soap! And the best part? After making your home and dishes sparkle, there is nothing to throw away!
Doc Beumer’s Lemon Bastille Dish Bar
Use a solid dish soap bar just like you’d use a normal bar of soap.
1. Using warm water, wet a Swedish sponge cloth or pot scrubber and rub on the soap in a circular motion to create rich suds.
2. Repeat as needed to refresh suds for ultimate grease-cutting power. Wash your dish and rinse well before drying.
3. For really tough, baked on messes, use a scrubber to lather the cleansing suds all over the dish before soaking in hot water. Let the item soak for a couple of hours before using a pot brush to give it a good scrub.
Wild Water’s Soapery is a local women-owned Salt Lake City business. Wild Water’s began as a way to decrease the amount of plastics going into oceans, lakes and rivers. All their products are ethically and sustainably sourced, handcrafted and all natural. They carry a variety of products including soaps, shampoo bars, and other accessories. All of these products are made with quality ingredients and are never packaged in plastic. Not only are these products eco-friendly but they also are all beautiful and have amazing scents. Wild Waters is good for you and good for the community. Wild Waters profits support animal rescues and other community support agencies. Their mission: to give back to the natural world that has given so much to us.
Coconut oil, olive oil, lye (NaOH), washing soda, white vinegar, d-limonene