Powers away stuck-on food & gets dishes sparkling clean. Made using renewable plant-based and mineral ingredients. Non-toxic biodegradable and phosphate-free to be kinder to aquatic life. Easy dosing with individually wrapped tablets. Naturally derived citrus fragrance. Not tested on animals. Suitable for septic tanks. Ecover Dish Tabs have powerful degreasing properties that get dishes sparkling clean. What’s more they do it without those unnecessary chemicals.
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Rating breakdown278 reviews
266 out of 278(96%)customers recommend this product.
"When I received the product, it smelled very strong and heavily fragranced. That got me suspicious because I was expecting a natural product! After comparing the list of ingredients, I found what on the package is not the same as what listed on the web. There are more ingredients listed on the package as well. I cannot stand the heavy fragrance, so I will try to return this product."
"I like the idea of cleaning my dishes with a product that is natural. I've always wondered about the residue left behind on dishes in my dishwasher. With ECOVER my dishes are remarkably clean. I just feel better putting food on the plates I've cleaned with ECOVER. It's safe for me, my country septic tank and is biodegradable. All around - a success story."
"I have been making my own dishwasher detergent for several years but wasn't happy with it because I had to completely clean everything off of the dishes 1st. And then they sometimes had a residue on them after they were dry. With Ecover, my dishes get clean (although I still clean most of the food off) & there is no gritty residue."
"I had actually gotten a sample in concious box that i used to subscribe. and i tried it and bought it on vitacost...it is the best dish washer tablets - they are natural and they leave dishes sparkling clean....they last long time...i will definitely recommend these to everyone"
"The only 'natural' dishwasher soap that I found that cleans great and no spots. I tried probably 3 or 4 other brands, with no luck. Found this and stuck with it. My only complaint is that the individual plastic wrappers are recyclable, but not biodegradable. I don't know that anyone is going to take the time to bring the little wrappers to a recycling facility."