Our botanical dish washing liquid combines modern plant-based technology with naturally derived active ingredients.
Handmade in our Norfolk workshop, it cleanses the grease and dirt from your crockery with ease, but is also mindful of preserving our waterways.
Anionic Surfactant - which is a fancy name for a chemical you get from coconuts. It's very good for removing dirt and grime.
Nonionic Surfactant - more coconuts. These ones help the spray to spread further so you use less.
Lactic Acid - if you recognise this, it's probably because Lactic Acid is the chemical that gives you a cramp when you use your muscles too much. We get it from fermented cord. It is a very good disinfectant.
Sodium Hydroxide - salt. Not the same as table salt, but close. You might sometimes hear this called caustic. It is very good at cleaning.
Orange Oil - the oil from a squeezed orange. It's not a very scientific process but it does clean incredibly well. It's particularly good at tackling grease. It's not sticky, don't worry.
Citric Acid - not as scary as it sounds. This is one of the chemicals you find in citrus fruits. In fact, it's where they get their name. You have surely heard of people cleaning things by rubbing them with a lemon. We include citric acid in this formula to give you a less messy way of doing that.