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Posted by oscarthecat z7MD (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 12:56

name a NON-scented dishwashing liquid?? Thank You


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If I remember correctly, Seventh Generation Dish Liquid is unscented, but would not bet on it, was quite a while ago since I used it.


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PS: I use at the moment an all purpose cleaner from Seventh Generation which has no scent.


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  • Posted by batya Israel north 8-9-10 (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 16, 12 at 11:45

Either Ecover or Ecofriend have non-scented dish soap. As it's rather more expensive than "regular" stuff, I have an empty bottle, and the new one gets half put in it. I dilute the rest of the half-filled bottle with water, so one bottle goes a very long way, and there's absolutely no difference in cleaning power.


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Thank You. couldn't find any u named but got one called SunLite advance which seems to be un-scented. Will give it a try.


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We use the Palmolive ORIGINAL brand. It's very low-scent as I can't stand stuff that tickles my nose. If you can't find anything else, give it a try.

Palmolive also has other types, I don't know how they are.


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Oh for a dishwasher! Wait we have one, me ;)


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Greenlarry, your comment makes me wish GWGP had a "Like" button!


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oscar, have you tried Dr. Bronner?

They have a "baby" soap that's scent-free. Their brand is usually available at healthfood stores.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dr. Bronner Baby


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