Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar
Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar
Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar
Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar
Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar

Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar

$6.99

Made with a grime-busting lineup of plant-derived and biodegradable ingredients, our Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar makes kitchen cleanup fast, easy, and eco-friendly!

  • Safe for use on all dishware, cookware, bakeware, stainless steel, and more
  • Gets rid of grease quickly and easily
  • Gentle on hands, non-drying formula
  • Plastic-free dish soap packaged in a 100% post-consumer recycled paper 
  • Zero-waste, eco-responsible product
  • Vegan and Leaping Bunny Certified Cruelty-Free
  • Free of dyes and synthetic fragrances

For a great wash every time:

  1. Rub the Dish Soap Bar with a wet Dish Brush or sponge. You’ll need less than you think!
  2. Give your pots, pans, or plates a good scrubbing! Dish Soap Bar is safe for use on all dirty dishes.
  3. Rinse your freshly cleaned dishes.
  4. Place your Dish Soap Bar on a soap dish to dry.

PRO TIP: This Dish Soap Bar isn’t only good for dishes — it’s good for washing hands too! Shea Butter soothes the skin while other active ingredients whisk away germs and dirt.

We adhere to strict ingredient integrity, so you’ll never find harmful chemicals in our products. Our Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar is made with the following plant plant-derived and naturally biodegradable materials ingredients:  

  1. Sodium Cocoate
  2. Water
  3. Glycerin
  4. Coconut Acid
  5. Sodium Citrate
  6. Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter
  7. Sodium Gluconate
  8. Sodium Chloride

In a world where chemicals are not explained, it can be hard to find laundry and household cleaners made with truly safe ingredients. Here's a complete list of all of the approved ingredients we choose and why we use them!

Molly's Suds Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar does not contain: Harmful Fragrances, Dyes, Cancer-Causing Contaminants like Formaldehyde & 1,4-Dioxane, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Optical Brighteners, Synthetic Nonylphenol Ethoxylates, Petrochemicals, Phosphates, Chlorine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Phthalates, Parabens, Methylisothiazolinone, Cocamide DEA

We’re delighted to allow our customers to opt for an environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic whenever possible! This product packaging is biodegradable and all-natural, made from recycled paper products.

Alternative Uses For Our Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar

Just like everything we create, we formulate all our products to have multiple uses. When it comes to our Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar, we’ve outdone ourselves. This Dish Soap Bar has far more uses around the home than just to wash your dirty dishes — although that’s where it truly shines brightest!

Here are more ways you can use this multi-purpose kitchen cleanup product:

  • Use it to clean countertops. Lightly rub your Dish Soap Bar into a scrub brush or sponge and clean your messy counters. Rinse by wetting a sponge or dishcloth in clean, cool water and wipe down the same area. 
  • Spot clean furniture or carpet stains. A sudden spill in the living room? Grab your Dish Soap Bar. Wet it slightly, then rub it into the stain. Use a wet cloth to press away the stain. Repeat as necessary. 
  • Treat kitchen grease stain emergencies. If you’ve splashed yourself with grease while cooking, don’t wait until you get down to the laundry room to treat the stain with Stain Spray. Dampen your Dish Soap Bar and rub it into the stain for immediate stain treatment. Our Dish Soap Bar is great at getting rid of grease and can help to keep that tricky stain at bay until you can your top to the laundry room for pretreatment.
  • Get rid of label residue from jars. Soak your jar in water and peel away the label as much as possible. Rub with a dry Dish Soap Bar and allow to soak. Wipe away the residue. 

How to Use

For a great wash every time:

  1. Rub the Dish Soap Bar with a wet Dish Brush or sponge. You’ll need less than you think!
  2. Give your pots, pans, or plates a good scrubbing! Dish Soap Bar is safe for use on all dirty dishes.
  3. Rinse your freshly cleaned dishes.
  4. Place your Dish Soap Bar on a soap dish to dry.

PRO TIP: This Dish Soap Bar isn’t only good for dishes — it’s good for washing hands too! Shea Butter soothes the skin while other active ingredients whisk away germs and dirt.

Ingredients

We adhere to strict ingredient integrity, so you’ll never find harmful chemicals in our products. Our Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar is made with the following plant plant-derived and naturally biodegradable materials ingredients:  

  1. Sodium Cocoate
  2. Water
  3. Glycerin
  4. Coconut Acid
  5. Sodium Citrate
  6. Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter
  7. Sodium Gluconate
  8. Sodium Chloride

In a world where chemicals are not explained, it can be hard to find laundry and household cleaners made with truly safe ingredients. Here's a complete list of all of the approved ingredients we choose and why we use them!

Molly's Suds Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar does not contain: Harmful Fragrances, Dyes, Cancer-Causing Contaminants like Formaldehyde & 1,4-Dioxane, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Optical Brighteners, Synthetic Nonylphenol Ethoxylates, Petrochemicals, Phosphates, Chlorine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Phthalates, Parabens, Methylisothiazolinone, Cocamide DEA

We’re delighted to allow our customers to opt for an environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic whenever possible! This product packaging is biodegradable and all-natural, made from recycled paper products.

Alternative Uses

Alternative Uses For Our Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar

Just like everything we create, we formulate all our products to have multiple uses. When it comes to our Zero Waste Dish Soap Bar, we’ve outdone ourselves. This Dish Soap Bar has far more uses around the home than just to wash your dirty dishes — although that’s where it truly shines brightest!

Here are more ways you can use this multi-purpose kitchen cleanup product:

  • Use it to clean countertops. Lightly rub your Dish Soap Bar into a scrub brush or sponge and clean your messy counters. Rinse by wetting a sponge or dishcloth in clean, cool water and wipe down the same area. 
  • Spot clean furniture or carpet stains. A sudden spill in the living room? Grab your Dish Soap Bar. Wet it slightly, then rub it into the stain. Use a wet cloth to press away the stain. Repeat as necessary. 
  • Treat kitchen grease stain emergencies. If you’ve splashed yourself with grease while cooking, don’t wait until you get down to the laundry room to treat the stain with Stain Spray. Dampen your Dish Soap Bar and rub it into the stain for immediate stain treatment. Our Dish Soap Bar is great at getting rid of grease and can help to keep that tricky stain at bay until you can your top to the laundry room for pretreatment.
  • Get rid of label residue from jars. Soak your jar in water and peel away the label as much as possible. Rub with a dry Dish Soap Bar and allow to soak. Wipe away the residue. 

Customer Reviews

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N.S.
Loving It!

We don't have a dishwasher so we obviously wash all of our dishes by hand. I've been using the Molly's Suds Zero Waste Bar for two weeks & I'm loving it! The dishes are clean & I love using a soap that is made with clean ingredients!

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J.C.
Zero waste dish bar

I love all dish soaps and this bar just made it better! Thank you Molly suds!

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N.Q.
Great new product!

Thank you for making a Dish Soap without plastic packaging! Nice fresh smell, great cleaning power, and 100% recyclable paper wrapper.

M
M.S.
Amazing quality and concept.

I absolutely love this dish soap!! It's super gentle on my hands and scent free and as someone always doing dishes, I need that! I love that it is not only an effective alternative to dish soap and plastic bottles but it's also great for the environment and safe for my family!!!

C
C.G.
Pleasantly surprised

On our journey to use less and waste less we bought a dish soap bar. It is quite a change from a sink of sudsy water, but the transition was painless and quick. It works, I use less soap, and I use less water in the hand washing process.
The one and only downside I see to this is that it accentuates the fact that we have hard water. I don't think that's a problem with the soap; I think it's a problem with our water. It also makes me wonder what is going into liquid soaps that I may not want my dishes soaking in.
We will purchase another bar when our current bar runs out. The downside mentioned above is not enough to make me want to switch back.
We also purchased the soap saver since we set it on the counter. That product works great as well!