Household Traditions Dish Liquid Review & Giveaway 6/17

by Mama Chocolate on June 2, 2011

* This giveaway is now CLOSED * 

I’m excited to introduce to you Tropical Traditions line of non-toxic home cleaning products, Household Traditions!
Along with laundry detergent, oxygen bleach, and all-purpose cleaner, Household Traditions also carries powdered dishwasher detergent and hand-washing dish liquid!
1 gal – $28.50
Household Traditions Dish Liquid is free of:
• Fragrances
• Dyes
• Petroleum Solvents
• Respiratory and Skin irritants


  Household Traditions Dish Liquid is an effective & concentrated dish soap developed by and for people with allergies, asthma and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.* Household Traditions Dish Liquid is a coconut-based product – it contains nature’s versatile, renewable harvest. With coconut’s natural moisturizing qualities, washing dishes is even soothing… to your hands. Household Traditions Dish Liquid is safe for you but tough on dirty, greasy dishes. It breaks down safely and rapidly making it safer for the environment. It is also low sudsing, making it ideal for camping or other outdoor uses. Household Traditions Dish Liquid is free of fragrances, phosphates, petroleum solvents, chlorine, dyes and other common triggers for respiratory or skin irritations.

Directions for use: Add Household Dishwashing Liquid while filling the sink with hot water. For tougher jobs, like dried on foods, let dishes soak a few minutes before washing.
Ingredients: Deionized water, coconut and sugar-based cleansing and sudsing agents, plant-based surfactants, emulsifiers.

*This product has been proven through past use to be safe for sufferers of allergies, asthma, and MCS. However, because each person’s condition is unique, Household Traditions and Tropical Traditions cannot be responsible for any adverse reactions to this product.

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I found the dish liquid to have a pleasant and mild natural fragrance, and it was definitely easier on my hands!
I have so much trouble lately with dry hands that I had recently started wearing rubber gloves every time I washed dishes, (very unlike me!)
Already in the time I’ve been using this dish liquid, I can tell that it doesn’t have nearly the same drying effect on my hands while I’m washing dishes, and I can even use it to wash my hands during meal prep, instead of having to have a separate hand soap at the sink!
To learn about Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut oil, see my review!
If you would like to receive a complimentary copy of Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil book with your first order, (I also highly recommend their Organic Raw Honey!) simply enter the code 6590449 in the “Referred by a Friend” option!

Also, get free, delicious recipes for using Tropical Traditions’ excellent foods by visiting FreeCoconutRecipes.com.

Tropical Traditions is giving away a gallon of their Household Traditions Dish Liquid to one of my lucky readers!
You must use the form below to enter!

Please feel free to comment to remind yourself that you entered, (if you’ve forgotten, email me and I’ll check for you. I don’t mind, and I don’t usually bite. I’m nice that way.)
Remember, however, that comments will not be counted as entries, except to count daily tweets. (see details on the form)

Current Entries as of 
Friday, June 17th, 11:59pm PST: 224

Giveaway will close June 17th, Friday, 2011 at 11:59pm PST.

This giveaway is open to residents of US and Canada. I will choose the winner via Random.org, and the winner will be announced here on the blog and notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, after which a new winner will be chosen.

*Disclaimer:Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

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Sample Tweet:

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