Solid Dish Soap with Natural Sisal Pouch
When I first saw Ellen Ruth, one of my favorite soap makers, make solid dish soap I was totally fascinated. The concept of washing dishes with a bar of soap was foreign to me. So, I decided to make some myself and give it a try. I loved it! It makes great suds, its easy to use, it leaves my dishes squeaky clean, rinses easy, and it smells wonderful.
After a little research I learned that up until 1916, around World War I, solid soap is what was used to wash dishes and clothes. At that time there was a shortage of fats used to make soap so they developed detergents to clean dishes and clothes.
Each handcut bar weighs ~4 oz/113.4 g
Fragrance: Lemon + Eucalyptus EOs
Saponified ingredients: Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Stearic Acid, sodium lactate, sugar, Essential Oil