No Nasties Home Kitchen Cube - Spearmint & Peppermint (500g)
- Natural Mega Kitchen Bar
- Fights Grime and Grease
- With Pure Essential Oils
- Earn 50 Points
Scrape off excess food and grime from dishes. For cutlery, plates, bowls and cups, wet your dish brush or sponge and rub the "It's Hip To Be Square" Cube while dancing to create suds, if you are very tired, nodding your head to music will suffice. Wash items as normal, re-sudsing as required, and rinse well. No Nasties Home "It's Hip To Be Square" Cube works in both warm or cold water. For heavily soiled plates, pots and pans, use a scrubber or scourer for best results.
"It's Hip To Be Square" Cube can be used until it runs out or can be compost.
The cardboard box can usually be recycled in kerbside recycling or composted. Check with your local council if they will take it and what criteria they have for recycling it. See our recycling 101 blog post for more information.
Thank you for disposing responsibly.
Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera Oil), Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis), Water (Aqua), Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)*, Activated Charcoal Powder, Titanium Dioxide, Spearmint Oil (Menthe Spicata Oil), Peppermint Oil (Mentha Piperita Oil)
*none remains after saponifying oils into soap and glycerin (some call their ingredients "Saponofied" which is the same thing)
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Long lastingI use mine with the cage under hot running water. Nice aroma. No plastic. Hard to cut down though but I'll find an easier way just so I can continue to use it.
Good product - interesting colourThis is a great product, does a great job. Interestingly, I end up with black spots on the window/walls/bench because the new dish brush flicks it everywhere while you are scrubbing away. It also then spreads in the water under the holder and the black water spreads across the bench because you are touching it with the wet brush/sponge/cloth which drops water on it. It is good in a way that it is black and I can see it to go and wipe it all up, you can also see it clearly on your cloth so you don't use to much. It has me wondering how much old soap has splattered on the walls over time and I just haven't seen it :D I have a dishwasher so haven't used it on anything too radical yet but we have noticed a difference in us not using so much compared to our previous liquid pump. Feels good on the skin too when you wash your hands and is very funny to watch guests go to wash their hands or wipe up in the kitchen sink and try to figure out where the soup is.