The Dish Wash effectively removes grease and disinfects. It is soft on hands, and uses zero synthetic chemicals. That is the magic of herbalism-based products.
We created the safest dish washing soap. The Dish Wash is made with a careful selection of all-natural ingredients to ensure safety to all in the family, especially babies. Synthetic chemicals coat our dishware and kitchenware when they are not washed thoroughly. Some synthetic residues are toxic or known carcinogens, and unfortunately ingested over time. We ensure our Dish Wash is 100% natural and synthetic-free.
The Dish Wash converts oil into a water-based solution, making every plate squeaky clean, and every pot and pan sparkling. Any access solution aids in removing clogged grease in your pipes. An independent laboratory has certified this product to kill 99.9999% of germs and bacteria*. This is truly a complete dish washing liquid. Enjoy its fresh all-natural scent. Put away the rubber gloves as the argan oil in the formulation ensures the Dish Wash is gentle on your hands. We thought of everything.
*includes Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans, Aspergillus niger, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli.
The product literally converts oil into a water-base solution.
Gramp’s Asia Dish Wash was independent lab-tested for bacteria-killing efficacy at a rate of 99.9999% that even most synthetic cleaning formulations can’t achieve.
The product is very safe to be used by very young children, cancer patients, eczema or psoriasis sufferers (but make sure skin is pat dry after use), people who are allergic to synthetic fragrances or harsh synthetic ingredients, and many more.
Gramp’s Asia 100% natural dish wash makes it very safe for users who consciously or unconsciously leaves remnants of dish wash soap on their kitchenware as ingesting it (even by the spoonfuls, though we don’t recommended it) is totally harmless.
Remove food residue from dishware prior to washing.
Shake the bottle well.
Remember that adding water to the Dish Wash is required to activate cleaning power.
This is the most common method. Prepare a container the size of a bowl large enough to hold a sponge. Fill this container with water. Add Dish Wash. The dilution is 1 part Dish Wash to 20 parts water (1:20).
How much is 1:20 dilution without measuring? For an estimate, prepare water in the amount equivalent to a can of soft drink (300ml) and fill the container you had prepared earlier. For the Dish Wash, a typical Asian rice spoon holds about 15 ml when completely full. Add that amount to the water. You have just prepared the Dish Wash solution.
Dip the sponge into the solution. Squeeze the sponge a few times to make it foamy. You are now ready for the dishes. If the dishware is extremely oily, make a stronger solution by adding more Dish Wash into the water container.
This is usually the preferred pre-wash method for large and greasy cookware such as woks and frying pans. Make the 1:20 Dish Wash to water solution and pour into the cookware and wait for 5 to 10 minutes. Clean the cookware with a pad or sponge, and rinse. In extremely oily conditions, follow the rinse with regular sponge washing.
For regular dishware washing, remove all visible food residue. Prepare a 1:20 Dish Wash solution in either a large pot or one side of a two-compartment sink. Soak the dishware and utensils for 5 to 10 minutes. Remove the dishware from the solution. Rinse and sponge under the tap or in clean water.
If the used Dish Wash solution is still foamy, save it for future use.
Always ensure the dilution is at least 1:20 Dish Wash to water. Do not make the solution any stronger.