To learn about five different uses for Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Dish Soap, keep reading!
When it comes to dish soap many people have a particular preference to what they like to use.
Trying a new dish soap can be a frustrating experience but when you find a great dish soap that works well and is environmentally friendly things just fall into place.
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap works great and is better on the environment than many other top brands of dish detergent and you may be surprised to discover it can be used for more than just dishes.
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Uses for Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Dish Soap
Remove Grease Stains from Clothing
Mix Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap with baking soda for a scrubbing cream. This can be used to help get out stubborn stains from everything countertops to clothing.
You can use Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap scrub out grease stains out of your clothing and other washable fabrics.
This dish soap will bond to the grease and help pull it out. After scrubbing run through a hot wash. Do not dry until you know the stain is fully out. Repeat until no evidence of the grease stain remains.
Degrease Walls, Cabinets, and Backsplashes
Start by mixing two tablespoons of Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap with 1 cup hot water. Scrub in a circular motion to help remove stuck on grease spots. Wipe clean with a warm damp washcloth.
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap can be used in the garden to help kill aphids.
Mix one teaspoon int a spray bottle with 2 cups of water. Spray your plants paying attention to undersides of leaves where aphids prefer to live.
Doing this in the evening right before the sun sets so it has plenty of time to dry before the sun comes up or you risk your plants burning in the sun.
This will not harm beneficial insects in your garden.
Out of toilet cleaner? A squirt of Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap and a little elbow grease with your favorite toilet brush can make your toilet shine like new.
The grease fighting power of dish detergent goes a long way in cleaning a toilet.
Bubbles for Kids
Ran out of bubble solution for your kids on a hot summer day? You can use Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap to make a great bubble solution for your kids that smells fresh from the garden.
Mix 1 cup water, 4 tablespoons Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Dish Soap and 1 tablespoon glycerin to make long lasting great smelling bubbles for your kids.