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Grab Green Automatic Dishwashing Detergent, Fragrance Free, 24 Loads

Cleans and removes greasy stuff, leaves zero spots. Fragrance Free. Naturally- derived ingredients, phosphate free and chlorine free, non-toxic formula. Product Features Clean, remove greasy stuff and have spotless dishes with Grab Green’s pre-measured dishwashing detergent pods. Naturally-derived ingredients, non-toxic formula, free of phosphates, chlorine and dyes. Formulated for standard and European dishwashers. Proudly made

Cleans and removes greasy stuff, leaves zero spots. Fragrance Free. Naturally- derived ingredients, phosphate free and chlorine free, non-toxic formula.

Product Features

  • Clean, remove greasy stuff and have spotless dishes with Grab Green’s pre-measured dishwashing detergent pods.
  • Naturally-derived ingredients, non-toxic formula, free of phosphates, chlorine and dyes.
  • Formulated for standard and European dishwashers. Proudly made in the USA.
  • Fragrance Free
  • Sometimes pods break in transit, but the powder will still work beautifully. Use one heaping tablespoon of the powder to replace one pod.

Comments

Palm Tree says:

Impressed! **Update in the comments section (page 2).** 

Kelluh says:

Works, but leaves an awful taste on your dishes! After finding the liquid 7th Generation dishwashing detergent to be utterly useless, I decided to try out the Grabgreen Tangerine detergent in hopes of discovering a green detergent that actually works. I can say that this detergent does work quite well, however your dishes come out smelling of tangerines (not so bad) and tasting like bitter tangerine detergent! I’ve never used a dishwashing product that has left a smell on my dishes before (let alone a taste), and the flavor/smell will stick with your dishes until they are rinsed in water. I first discovered the taste issue when I had washed/sterilized my baby’s teething toys and noticed they smelled, so I put one in my mouth to see if it had a taste, and boy was it nasty – not something I want my kid to ingest, I don’t care if it’s green or not. To make matters worse, I had to take all my cups and silverware and hand wash them so I could use them without the obnoxious smell and taste. 

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