Dish drops

My soap has arrived! I was so excited when my friend brought it over. I had actually forgotten that I'd ordered it last week.

I used it tonight and forgot how much I like it.

I found a bottle of Seventh Generation at Wal-Mart last week. I was actually impressed by the way it cleaned the greasy dishes I washed. It was $3 a bottle for 25 ounces. But I use probably close to 2 Tablespoons per sink load. I'm just guessing as I squeeze two times around the sink and then add hot water. I do know I use more than half a teaspoon.

As much as I liked it, I don't want to get hooked on it since Wal-Mart never keeps what I like in stock.

The legacy of clean soap says on the bottle to use 3 ml per sink load. I had a device that measures ml so I measured exactly that and was able to wash two sinkfuls of dirty dishes. I was impressed! I love the cheery citric scent too. The seventh generation I found was unscented. They had a lavender one but not interested in that at all!

Anyways, I really like the legacy of clean product line. One less item to purchase at Wal-Mart.  This soap was $11 for 1 liter. I was impressed that using only 3 ml I'll be able to wash dishes 333 times!! What a deal!

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